NCP, BJP Lock Horns Over Movie ‘Har Har Mahadev’; Fadnavis Warns Action After Moviegoers Roughed Up

Marathi film ‘Har Har Mahadev’ has sparked a row between political events in Maharashtra, with the Bhartiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) favouring it, and the Nationalist Congress Social gathering (NCP) opposing its screening in theaters. Furthermore, a number of moviegoers had been reportedly overwhelmed up for opting to see the movie. An FIR was registered towards senior NCP chief and former state minister Jitendra Awhad and at the very least 100 others by the Thane Police for allegedly roughing up spectators.

Maharashtra Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis mentioned beating up moviegoers for watching historic Marathi movie is not going to be tolerated and motion will probably be taken towards individuals concerned in such incidents.

Other than BJP, the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) additionally supported the historic Marathi movie, and challenged Awhad to power the cancellation of the film in Thane. The film will probably be screened in Thane, and Ahwad was challenged by the MNS to stall the screening, and criticized the occasion’s protest towards it. “The NCP stopping the screening of the film is condemnable. The occasion is making an attempt to present caste color to the film,” MNS spokesperson Sandeep Deshpande mentioned, an Indian Specific report mentioned.

In Pune metropolis, the present was disrupted by members of a Maratha outfit, whereas in Thane NCP chief and former minister Jitendra Awhad allegedly led activists to stall the evening screening of the film at a multiplex.

Sambhaji Chhatrapati, who’s a descendent of Shivaji Maharaj, additionally expressed displeasure over the Marathi movie. “A number of films are making a stir for hurting sentiments. Utilizing the time period cinematic liberty, inaccuracies have been displayed within the just lately launched ‘Har Har Mahadev.” he mentioned on Monday.

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