Censor board chief Prasoon Joshi on Friday expressed his displeasure over certain sequences from actor Swara Bhasker’s latest web series “Rasbhari”, asserting that content creators need to be more responsible.
Rasbhari, co-created and produced by Applause Entertainment and Tanveer Bookwala, started streaming on Amazon Prime Video on Thursday. In response to Joshi’s criticism, Bookwala said the lyricist had probably missed the subtext of the scene.
"It is sad that they went pretty young -- I mean Irrfan has gone really young, and Rishiji, in today's time, also went pretty young," said Prasoon Joshi, who added that "even the grief is suffering" referencing to not being able to to pay his last respects to the late stars amid the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown.
he song has been conceptualised to spread hope, positivity and motivation. The emotional track reminds people that we all are in this together, stating that we will get through it together. The song is composed by Rahman, and the lyrics are penned by Joshi.
After PM Narendra Modi's speech to extend the coronavirus lockdown till May 3, various Bollywood celebrities like Rangoli, Prasoon Joshi and others praised him for his decision for the betterment of the country and the people.
Original Masakali composer AR Rahman also reacted to the new version of his 2009 song. Taking a dig at it Rahman said that he didn't use any short cuts to create the song.
While nation is under lockdown to fight against COVID-19, Bollywood stars are also motivating the countrymen by sharing different videos on their social media.
His composition evocatively tries expressing the fact that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for all to stay indoors over 21 days is essential to battle the unprecedented threat that looms large all over the world, by way of the COVID-19 pandemic. Titled "Haan Ghar Mein Rahega Desh", Joshi's poem urges all Indians to maintan resilience and to never lose belief and confidence.