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‘Kaali’ Poster: Indian Excessive Fee in Canada seeks removing, says ‘Withdraw provocative materials’

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Leena Manimekalai

The Indian Excessive Fee in Canada has issued a press release on ‘smoking Kaali’ poster and urged the authorities and the occasion organizers to withdraw ‘all such provocative materials’ after they acquired complaints a few disrespectful depiction of Hindu gods in a movie poster on the Aga Khan Museum, Toronto.

Indian Excessive Fee’s assertion

In a press release, the Excessive Fee mentioned that they’ve acquired complaints from leaders of the Hindu group in Canada about “disrespectful depiction of Hindu Gods on the poster of a movie showcased as a part of the ‘Beneath the Tent’ venture on the Aga Khan Museum, Toronto.”

“Our Consulate Normal in Toronto has conveyed these considerations to the organisers of the occasion,” learn the assertion.

“We’re additionally knowledgeable that a number of Hindu teams have approached authorities in Canada to take motion. We urge the Canadian authorities and the occasion organizers to withdraw all such provocative materials,” it added.

The controversy erupted after filmmaker Leena Manimekalai shared the poster of the movie on social media that depicts a girl dressed as Goddess Kaali smoking a cigarette within the poster. ALSO READ: Goddess Kaali smoking cigarette on movie poster sparks large uproar on Web, grievance filed


Police grievance filed towards Director Leena Manimekalai 

A Delhi-based lawyer on Monday (July 04) filed a police grievance towards Manimekalai over the controversial smoking poster. He mentioned that the objectionable video clip and picture should be banned and faraway from the web on a direct foundation contemplating the defamatory influence and enrage it will trigger to Hindus because it has disparaged the spiritual beliefs of a specific group.

Concerning the Kaali Poster

A controversial poster displaying goddess Kaali smoking a cigarette has sparked off an enormous uproar. Folks have been calling out the makers and accusing them of wounding spiritual sentiments. Many alleged that the Hindu deity was being disrespected and demanded strict motion towards the filmmaker Leena Manimekalai. 

In keeping with a Tamil information portal, Manimekalai mentioned that the documentary revolves across the occasions that happen one night, when Goddess Kali seems and strolls on the streets of Toronto.


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