New Delhi: After numerous police complaints alleging Rajkumar Hirani and Aamir Khan of hurting religious sentiments, a right wing Hindu outfit has demanded immediate ban on PK.
The latest police complaint filed by Meena Kamat from Panaji, alleges that the film promotes ‘Love Jihad' and a Pakistani youth is also shown in good light. After the complaint, a right wing organization, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti demanded ban on the film.
Maharashtra coordinator of HJS, Sunil Dhanvat said that the outfit has filed police complaints against PK and its makers in Navi Mumbai, Nagpur and Sangli seeking ban on the film.
In another news, Shiv Sena also protested against the film and asked cinema halls not to show the movie.
There have been many reports of FIRs being filed against PK, its makers and the cast throughout the country. It has started a debate of sorts, especially on social media websites. Twitter and Facebook is flooding with tweets and comments on the issue.
Whereas many users slammed the movie for exploiting religious sentiments, hashtag #BoycottPK is trending on microblogging website Twitter. Most of the comments are in support of the film and its makers.
PK was released on December 19 and has got thumps up from critics and audience. The film has grossed more than Rs 100 crore within few days of its release.