Criticism of ‘Pathan’ movie song, Indian movie director’s death threat
Vivek Agnihotri shared some screenshots on Twitter (Photo: File)
Mumbai: Shah Rukh Khan’s fans have issued death threats to the Indian film director for criticizing the song ‘Be Sharm Rang’ from his film ‘Patan’.
Commenting on the song, Vivek Agnihotri, director of the controversial Indian propaganda film ‘Kashmir Files’, wrote that earlier Instagram reels were bad copies of Bollywood songs, but now Bollywood songs are seen as bad copies of Instagram reels.
Badshah was right.
There is negativity on social media. (But we are positive). pic.twitter.com/1tU6cTGsnx
— Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri (@vivekagnihotri) December 31, 2022
Vivek Agnihotri shared some screenshots on Twitter of Shah Rukh Khan’s fans receiving death threats.
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One of the messages read: ‘I need you, I’m going to your house and take your messages, please delete your latest tweet.’
Targeting Agnihotri’s daughter, one message reads, ‘Your daughter appeared in a bikini and Shah Rukh Khan ran over you.’
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Along with the screens, the Indian director wrote that Badshah is right that there is negativity on social media but we are positive.
It should be noted that after the release of the first ‘Be Sharm Rang’ and Deepika Padukone’s saffron dress, the film ‘Pathan’ was heavily criticized by Hindu extremists for insulting their religion.