Controversy is increasing regarding the poster of the film Kali that surfaced recently. Maa Kali is shown smoking a cigarette in the poster of this documentary by filmmaker Leena Manimekalai. Along with this, the flag of LGBTQ is also seen in the hand of a black woman. After the appearance of this poster, not only is it being strongly condemned, but there is also a demand to ban it. Apart from this, FIR has also been registered against the director of the film, Leena Manimekalai. However, Kaali is not the first film that has been in controversy for insulting Hindu deities. Even before this, many films-series have faced such controversies. Let’s know about those films and series-
A scene from Anurag Basu’s film Ludo, which was released on OTT, was also accused by people of hurting religious sentiments. In one scene of the film, three masquerading people as Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh were shown dancing and jumping on the road. Not only this, in one scene Lord Shankar and Mahakali were shown pushing the car.
dance of fury
Hindu gods and goddesses were also insulted in Saif Ali Khan starrer web series Tandav. There was a lot of ruckus on the scene shown in this series. In one scene of the series, he is seen playing the role of Lord Shiva in a college play. But during this play, people had raised strong objections to the costumes and conversations of the actors who played God. Along with this, there was also a demand to ban it for insulting Hindu gods and goddesses.
Aamir Khan and Anushka Sharma starrer film PK, which came in the year 2014, also created a lot of controversy at that time. This film was also accused of making fun of Hindu gods and goddesses. In one scene of the film, a man in the form of Lord Shankar was shown running around in the toilet out of fear.
a suitable boy
The web series A Suitable Boy was also embroiled in controversies. Actually, in one scene of the series, an obscene scene was filmed in the temple courtyard, after which the scene was accused of promoting love jihad. This series was strongly opposed by Hindu organizations.