Demeaning Hindu Gods has become a trend: Maharashtra BJP MLA Ram Kadam slams Saif Ali Khan's Tandav; security outside actor's residence beefs up

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Saif Ali Khan's recently released web show Tandav has landed in trouble. The Ali Abbas Zafar directorial was slammed for allegedly mocking and insulting Hindu Gods in a scene featuring Mohd. Zeeshan Ayyub. Now, after receiving backlash from social media users, Tandav has come under the radar of Maharashtra BJP MLA Ram Kadam who has filed a complaint against the creators, actors and director. 

Kadam, today morning, on Twitter, wrote that he filed a complaint at Ghatkopar Police Station at 12.30 against the show for hurting the sentiments of Hindus in the country. He further stated that demeaning Hindu Gods is becoming a trend. Kadam added that he wants Ali to delete the controversial scene. He asked Mohd. Zeeshan to apologise for it. 

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"Why is it becoming a trend amongst films and web series makers to demean Hindu gods? Latest culprit seems to be the series #Tandav. #SaifAliKhan again part of a film or series which attempts to target Hindu deities. Director Ali Abbas Zafar needs to remove that scene which mocks Hindu God Shiva. Actor Mohd Zeeshan Ayyub needs to apologise and Tandav should be boycotted until necessary changes are made," Kadam tweeted. 

On Saturday, BJP MP Manoj Kotak made an appeal to Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Prakash Javadekar to regulate OTT content as they are "full of sex, violence, drugs, abuse and hate (and) sometimes also hurt sentiments of Hindus."

In the wake of this, security outside Saif's residence in Mumbai has been beefed up. 

(Source: Twitter)

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