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Assam: Kutumb Surakshya Parishad files FIR against ‘Pathaan’

According to the FIR, they have also alleged that the video breaches Article 51 A of the Indian Constitution.

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On Monday, another Hindu organisation, Kutumb Surakha Parishad, filed a First Information Report (FIR) against the film Pathaan at the Geetanagar police station. According to the FIR, Kutumb Surakshya Parishad filed a complaint against the film because of the song “Besharam Rang,” which, according to the founding president Satya Ranjan Borah, is insulting because the costume of the film depicts the colour saffron, which is the primary hue of the national flag and a revered representation of the greater Sanatana Dharma.

Borah claims that he remarked in the FIR that, “The first colour of the national flag is saffron, which is also an ancient emblem of greater Sanatana Dharma. But, the manner in which it was portrayed in the film “Pathaan” is extremely painful: “Saffron, being the symbol of pride and honour of this nation, the representative colour of the greater cultural heritage of India, and carrying the significances of the sacrifices of crores of Indian monks, cannot be a “Besharam Rang” (Shameless Color).” “He composed.

He believes that by doing so, the film’s producer, director, performers, and entire cast and crew have insulted the nation, the nation’s honour, the Sanatan Dharma, and the monks’ pure and selfless sacrifice. According to the FIR, they have also alleged that the video breaches Article 51 A of the Indian Constitution.

Borah consequently urged that the police undertake an investigation into the situation prior to the broadcast and public screenings of the film “Pathaan” and demanded that no public screenings of the film be held out of respect for the Indian Constitution.

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