'Loveratri' Sparked Waves Of protest, Salman Khan Faces Legal Case

Mina Muzumdar |Sep 12, 2018

After the producer unveiled Salman Khan upcoming film named Loveratri, it has faced strong opposition from Hindu outfit. The title itself has sparked a wave of protest among Hindu sentiments.

Hindu Sentiment accused Salman Khan's film of disregard the culture and religion

According to the producer, Loveratri was filmed at the backdrop of Navaratri festival. And it was originally a beautiful love journey in the scene of the musical romantic drama.

However, protester has criticized very harshly over the film content. The religious group is holding on opinion that "Loveratri" indirectly denigrating Narvatri festival by promoting vulgarity and several other reasons.

First, they pointed out dialogues used in the movie is offensive to Hindu people.

Secondly, as regard film slot, they criticized that the film is all about "intimacy".

Last but not by any mean least, the release date which held on 5 October probably to hurt Hindu people. Because it is about the time of Navaratri festival.

Finally, the dissentient accused the film producer of hurting Hindu sentiments.

Vishva Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal burned Salman Khan portrait to protest Loveratri film, in Agra. (PTI)

Bihar's Muzzaffapur court decision

Under public pressure, Bihar's Muzzaffapur had reached a decision to file an FIR case. The court alleged Salman Khan and seven other who related to the film hurting the Hindu Sentiments.

Sub Divisional Judicial Magistrate (East) took action base on a complaint filed was filed by advocate Sudhir Kumar Oija

The film marks Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma and new actress Warina Hussain debut.


Salman responded to the allegation

Earlier, giving a piece of his mind, Salman Khan spoke out: "“We don't need any publicity like that. Once the film is released those people will know there is nothing".

Salman Khan Tweet

"Loveratri" marks Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma and new actress Warina Hussain debut. At the backdrop of Navaratri, the Bollywood musical romantic film will hit the theatre  on October 5, 2018


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