Amazon Prime’s internet sequence ‘Tandav’ has kicked up a significant storm with many elevating objections to the controversial illustration of Hindu deities within the sequence. On Wednesday, the Uttar Pradesh authorities has stated that the makers of internet sequence Tandav will face tough legal action.
Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya stated that the makers and artists have damage the emotions of Hindu. Tandav is a political present streaming on Amazon Prime.
“The producer, director, and artistes of web series Tandav have committed the crime of spoiling social harmony and unity and hurting Hindu religious sentiments. Tough legal action will be taken,” he tweeted in Hindi.
Several police circumstances have been filed towards Tandav within the Uttar Pradesh. Three FIRs have already been filed in Lucknow, Shahjahanpur and Greater Noida.
Also, 4 police personnel from Lucknow have reached Mumbai for investigation following the registration of a case at Hazratganj police station towards the makers. Reports say that the workforce is probably going to query the forged and crew.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh has requested the Centre to herald legal guidelines to regulate OTT content material.
“We have received a complaint related to web-series Tandav and will take due action, on the basis of the FIR registered. The central government should constitute a law for OTT. The Lucknow police has informed us and they have always cooperated with us. Complaints regarding OTT content have been made several times and now there should be some regulation in place,” he stated.
In one other associated improvement, BSP chief Mayawati has additionally deamnded from the makers of Tandav to take away the controversial scenes so as to keep peace.
Tandav — starring Saif Ali Khan, Dimple Kapadia, Sunil Grover, Tigmanshu Dhulia, Dino Morea, Kumud Mishra, Mohd Zeeshan Ayyub, Gauhar Khan and Kritika Kamra –started streaming on Friday. The makers of ‘Tandav’ have agreed to make modifications.
Tandav got here beneath hearth for inappropriate depiction of Hindu deities.