Anushka Sharma is not taking the name of the controversy about the first web series produced, Patal Lok. Now filmmaker Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri has attacked Anushka Sharma in support of the BJP leader. The special thing is that Anushka’s husband Virat Kohli has also come in the wraps of this attack.
Actually, BJP MLA from Uttar Pradesh Nandkishore Gurjar has filed a police complaint against Anushka Sharma. His objection is to a scene shown in Patal Lok, in which an edited clipping of a newspaper uses the face of a BJP leader.
According to the BJP leader, the real clipping that has been edited, the BJP leader is seen standing behind Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. While using it as a reference in the film’s fictional story, the chief minister has been replaced by the series’ Bahubali leader Balakrishna Vajpayee (Anoop Jalota), but the rest have been shown the same.
In the midst of this controversy, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri shared the clipping of this news on Twitter and wrote – many people will not find this big news. Many people in Bollywood will laugh out loud and say, what is the big deal in this? Okay, ask a question of those people – if someone makes a film and puts the photo of Anushka or Virat in the middle of the villains, how will it be?
This may not sound like big news to many. Many in Bollywood will laugh it out and say impossible the big deal.
Ok, ask them a question – What if someone makes a film and uses Anushka or Virat’s photo in the group of a Villain’s flunkies? pic.twitter.com/3a6m1S3Axk
- Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri (@vivekagnihotri) May 25, 2020
Vivek’s reactions are getting many people on this tweet. Let us know that Hades has been released on Amazon Prime. The story of this series, directed by Prasit Roy and Avinash Arun, is based on the investigation into the plot to assassinate a prime time journalist. The main characters are played by Jaideep Ahlawat, Neeraj Kabi, Swastika Mukherjee, Ishaq Singh, and Abhishek Banerjee.
By the way, this series of Anushka is caught in even more controversies. There have been complaints from the Nepali community for using the word casteist, while some Sikh leaders have objected to the performance of Sikhs.