Oppenheimer Bhagavad Gita Scene Controversy Anurag Thakur Warning To CBFC

Oppenheimer Controversy: British-American filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer continues to be in the news. In India, the film has been embroiled in controversies. There is a controversy regarding a scene related to Bhagavad Gita in the film. The fans looked very angry and started demanding a boycott of the film. Now Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur has asked the censor board to remove this scene.

According to the news of Hindustan Times, the source said that Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur has taken a tough stand on the controversial scene. Anurag Thakur has sought an answer from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) on this objectionable scene. He has directed the makers of the film to remove this controversial scene immediately. Apart from this, he has warned of strict action against all the CBFC members involved in approving the screening of the film.

There is a dispute about which scene?
Let us tell you that an intimate scene has been shown between actors Cillian Murphy and Florence Pugh in the film. In this scene, Oppenheimer is seen reciting some verses from the Bhagavad Gita. During this scene, it is shown that Florence Pug goes to Cillian Murphy’s bookshelf and sees that a different book is kept among the books related to science. Florence asks about that book. Oppenheimer calls it a Sanskrit language book. After this Florence asks to read some verses from that book.

Please tell that the film is earning tremendously in India. The film has earned 49 crores in just three days. The film is also getting good response in the theaters of Kashmir. Filmmaker Vivek Ranjan Agnihotri has shared his excitement over the overwhelming response ‘Oppenheimer’ has received in cinema halls in Kashmir.

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