We reported a few days ago how the Vishva Hindu Parishad objected to Salman Khan’s next home production, Loveratri, as the name offended the name of the Hindu festival, Navratri. Now, the situation has worsened as another religious organization has jumped into the controversy- Hindu Hi Aage, and the leader of this organization has announced that whoever beats up Bhai will be rewarded with Rs.2 lakhs.
The situation has become uncontrollable in Gujarat, where Salman’s posters have been put to fire. Have a look right here:-
That’s not all, posters of Race 3 have been scrapped and torn from the cinema halls and burnt mercilessly. Govind Parashar, the leader of the aforementioned organization, has demanded a ban on Loveratri, and has also appealed to the CBFC for a ban on the film. If it’s screened in the cinema halls, they would be burnt to ashes too, that’s what he said.
Salman, meanwhile busy with the promotions of Race 3, is yet to comment on the issue. Loveratri, on the other hand, is scheduled to release on the 5th of October, 2018.
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