Adipurush Ban In Nepal: The controversy over ‘Adipurush’ is not taking its name to end. While the film is being opposed in the country itself, the screening of the film has been banned in Nepal for several days due to protests. The anger of the mayor of Kathmandu was such that he banned the screening of other Hindi films along with Adipurush. Although the court in Nepal has lifted the ban on all Hindi films while hearing the matter on Thursday, but even after this ‘Adipurush’ has not got any relief. While the screening of all Hindi films has started in Nepal, the ban on ‘Adipurush’ is still intact.
Ban on all foreign films except ‘Adipurush’ lifted
The Nepal Motion Picture Association has issued a statement saying that all Nepali and foreign films except ‘Adipurush’ will be screened from Friday. Let us tell you that the ban on all Hindi films was lifted with the screening of Sara Ali Khan and Vicky Kaushal starrer Hindi film ‘Zara Hatke Zara Bachke’ at Multiplex QFX Cinema located in Sundara, Kathmandu.
Why did the Kathmandu mayor ban the film?
A dialogue in Om Raut’s ‘Adipurush’, in which Sita is referred to as “the daughter of India”, led to a ban on all Hindi films, which was announced by the mayor of Kathmandu, Balendra Shah.
This decree was issued by the mayor of Kathmandu
Balen Shah, the mayor of Nepal’s capital Kathmandu, expressing deep objection to Sita being described as the daughter of India in ‘Adipurush’, had banned the exhibition of the film in the city and instructed all the cinema halls in the city in writing that till they This scene of the film is not removed, till then this film should not be screened in any hall of the city.
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