Kissing Scenes Inside the Temple premises in a Series of Netflix ‘A Suitable Boy’ Spark Controversy

#BoycottNetflix has been the top trend on Twitter for many hours on Sunday. Many people have objected to scenes of kissing in a Netflix seriesA Suitable Boy’ which are being filmed inside a temple premises while Bhajans are going on behind. There are widespread objections to these scenes also because a Hindu girl loves a Muslim youth, according to the script of the series. By the time, this news has been surfaced, #BoycottNetflix has become at the top of the Twitter trends with more than 60 thousand tweets.

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A Twitter user Gaurav Tiwari claims that he has filed an FIR in Rewa, Madhya Pradesh on this matter. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also follows Gaurav Tiwari on Twitter. Meanwhile, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra has described these alleged objectionable scenes as hurting the sentiments of a particular religion and has issued instructions to police officers to investigate this controversial content.

Sharing a video on his Twitter account, Narottam Mishra said, “A suitable boy” series that has been released on an OTT media platform, I consider offensive. A person inside a temple is filming kissing scenes and Bhajan is going on like this hurts the sentiments of a particular religion. I have instructed the officials to test it. What is the purpose of this program on the OTT platform! It has restarted the old theme. What action can be taken on the producer-director? After examining all these points, let me know immediately. ”

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