Thank God Controversy: Why Ajay Devgan's film Thank God is being opposed, demand for ban

Pankaj Prasad
Thank God Controversy
Thank God Controversy

Madhya Pradesh Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang has written a letter to Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur regarding the ban on the film 'Thank God'.

The controversy surrounding Ajay Devgan and Sidharth Malhotra starrer Thank God is increasing day by day. After Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra, now the protest against the film has started in Madhya Pradesh. There is a demand to ban Thank God in these states. It is known that the film directed by Indra Kumar is going to be released on 24 October.

Madhya Pradesh minister wrote a letter to the Union Information and Broadcasting Minister demanding to ban

Madhya Pradesh Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang has written a letter to Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur regarding the ban on the film 'Thank God'. The minister has claimed inappropriate portrayal of Hindu deities in the film.

Why is there opposition to Thank God?

Actually, the film 'Thank God' starring Ajay Devgan and Siddharth Malhotra is accused of making fun of Chitragupta. It is also alleged that Hindu beliefs have been made fun of in the film.

Kayastha Samaj opposes Thank God in Prayagraj

In the film 'Thank God', the people of the Kayastha community, angry over the mockery of their deity, Chitragupta, protested. The protesting people said, if the part that made fun of Chitragupta in this film is not removed, then the Kayastha society will agitate all over the country.

Demand to ban film 'Thank God' in Maharashtra too

The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJJS) has said that the upcoming film "Thank God", starring Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra, should be banned as it allegedly made fun of Hindu beliefs. It is alleged that Chitragupta and Yamraj have been shown in modern clothes in the film and their dialogues in the film are funny. The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti said, the comments are based on the trailer of the film and there could be more such objectionable scenes and dialogues in the film.