Madhya Pradesh House Minister Narottam Mishra lashed out at a latest music video that includes Sunny Leone, warning that motion shall be taken in opposition to the actress and makers of the music in the event that they don’t pull it down from social media platforms.
Asking Leone to apologise, Mishra mentioned the state authorities will take motion in opposition to her and composer Saqib Toshi if the video shouldn’t be faraway from YouTube inside three days. He additionally mentioned an FIR shall be registered in opposition to Leone.
“Some individuals who constantly damage Hindu sentiments. There are temples for Radha in India, we pray for her. Saqib Toshi could make songs regarding his faith, however such songs offend us. I’ll take authorized recommendation and motion shall be taken in opposition to them (Toshi and Leone) if the video shouldn’t be taken down in three days,” he mentioned.
Saregama Music on Wednesday launched the music video for the quantity Madhuban mein Radhika naache, sung by Kanika Kapoor and Arindam Chakraborty. Because the music is with reference to love between Lord Krishna and his consort Radha, some viewers, too, have slammed it for “hurting Hindu sentiments” as a result of “sensual” dance strikes proven in it. The music had initially been sung by Mohammed Rafi for the 1960 movie Kohinoor.
Lately, Mathura-based monks demanded a ban on the video, accusing the Bollywood actress of wounding their spiritual sentiments by performing an “obscene” dance on the enduring music.
“We’ll go to court docket if the federal government doesn’t act in opposition to the actress and ban her video album,” mentioned Sant Naval Giri Maharaj of Vrindaban. Except she withdraws the scene and tenders a public apology, she shouldn’t be allowed to stay in India, he mentioned.
Akhil Bhartiya Tirth Purohit Mahasabha’s nationwide president Mahesh Pathak too has taken exception to Sunny’s dance video, saying she has maligned the status of Brijbhumi by presenting the music in a “derogatory method”.