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Karni Sena and International Brahmin Mahasangh oppose release of Article 15

According to Karni Sena and International Brahmin Mahasangh, Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Article 15 shows Brahmins in a bad light.

Written by Komal RJ Panchal | Mumbai |
June 24, 2019 7:09:55 pm
Article 15 teaser Article 15 will hit screens on June 28, 2019.

Karni Sena and International Brahmin Mahasangh on Monday opposed the release of Ayushmann Khurrana starrer Article 15, directed by Anubhav Sinha.

Both the religious outfits carried out a protest in Mumbai today. According to them, the film shows Brahmins in a bad light. Karni Sena had also stalled the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial Padmaavat.

Pandit Pankaj Joshi of International Brahmin Mahasangh told, “The trailer of the film clearly states that it is based on true events, and since it looks like the Badaun rape case, Brahmins had nothing to do with it. Neither the rapists nor the victims were from this community. They were Yadavs and they do not even remotely belong to the Brahmin community. These are from OBC, so why use the name in the first place.”

“We even sent an official letter to director Anubhav Sinha’s registered address about fifteen days ago, but he did not respond,” he added.

Jivan Singh Solanki of Karni Sena said, “We stand by every community. We are here to ensure that no community is hurt. This time, the Brahmins need us, so we will help them. When the actual case didn’t involve Brahmins, why does the film need to do that? The film is only trying to tarnish the Brahmin community. It shows them in a bad light, and we will make sure that they don’t get their way.”

Article 15 is scheduled to release on June 28, 2019.

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