Now the controversy over the poster of Bhoot Police, the user asked Mohan Bhagwat – why are there ‘saints’ behind Saif?

Saif Ali Khan’s movie ‘Bhoot Police’ has come into controversy with the launch of its poster. The poster of Bhoot Police, one of the most awaited movies of the 12 months 2021, was launched on Monday, however together with this, protests have began on social media concerning the movie. Many customers are livid over the ‘Hindu saint’ being proven behind Saif on this movie. The movie additionally stars Yami Gautam, Jacqueline Fernandez and Arjun Kapoor in lead roles together with Saif.

Allegations of making enjoyable of Hinduism
On Monday, the poster of the movie was additionally shared by Kareena Kapoor on her Instagram. Not many days have handed, when Kareena Kapoor was additionally being trolled on social media. Kareena might be seen in the position of ‘Sita’ on the display, some individuals have objection about this. At the identical time, why are ‘Saints’ showing behind Saif Ali Khan’s ‘Bhoot Police’ publish, individuals are offended with it. Social media customers allege that the filmmakers are as soon as once more making enjoyable of Hinduism on this means.


There was additionally a ruckus on Saif’s ‘Tandav’
By the means, in the previous couple of months, there have been many allegations of hurting non secular sentiments on Bollywood movies. Earlier, in Saif’s internet sequence ‘Tandav’ too, individuals had been livid when a personality was proven as ‘Lord Shiva’. Some social media customers have additionally tried their greatest to provide it a spiritual coloration. They say that solely Hindu gods and goddesses and saints are focused in movies, whereas makers with different religions don’t.

Mohan Bhagwat asked- Why are there saints in the poster?

A user has asked RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat why there is a Hindu saint in the poster of ‘Bhoot Police’? Talking about the poster of the movie, Saif Ali Khan is seen in a black leather-based jacket. While behind them are proven sporting garlands round their necks and ‘saints’.

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