After Madhya Pradesh, where a Right Wing Organization Hind Rashtra Sanghatan has declared to boycott Shah Rukh Khan’s forthcoming film DILWALE, another state in India has bugled to boycott the film!
According to reports a Hindu wing affiliated to Raj Thackeray’s Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) has threatened to boycott Shah Rukh Khan’s forthcoming film DILWALE in Maharashtra!
The MNS-affiliated Chitrapat Karmachari Sena on Monday began propagating people to boycott Shah Rukh Khan-starrer DILWALE by poisoning people’s mind as Shah Rukh is a merciless man, who lives life king-size but cares a damn about the pathetic plight of the poor farmers committing suicide under severe drought regions of Maharashtra.
DIWALE that releases this Friday on December 18 is this year’s much awaited film as it brings together the magical chemistry of Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol. However with the date of the film nearing its release the film has suddenly found itself in unnecessary controversies.
MNS Chitrapat Karmachari Sena chief Amey Khopkar briefing media about the purposed boycott on Shah Rukh’s film DILWALE said, “Recently Shah Rukh Khan donated Rs 1 Crore for Tamil Nadu flood but in Maharashtra where he lives, he has not even donated a single penny for the farmers in Maharashtra, especially in Marathwada, who are reeling under drought.”
Taunting at SRK Amey Khopkar lambasted, “Shah Rukh Khan is living in Mumbai since many years and has minted enormous wealth from this city but it is tragic he has no emotions for the poor farmers in distress."
It may be noted just a few days back a little known Right Wing Organization Hind Rashtra Sanghatan in Indore (MP) has threatened to vandalize cinema halls if the film is shown in cinema halls in Indore.
The HRS head Rajesh Shirodkar, who also claims to be a BJP member, has organized the vandalize cinema halls campaign after being peeved at Shah Rukh’s controversial remark on intolerance.
He says, “We will not tolerate Shah Rukh Khan’s “irresponsible statements” over intolerance, which has distributed communal peace of the country. To teach him a lesson we will not let his film DILWALE release in Indore.”