Anurag Basu’s film ‘Ludo’ faces criticism on Twitter for denigrating Hindu deities

#HinduPhobic_AnuragBasu trends at 3rd rank among national trends!

How long Hindus will keep on protesting ? When will the Government take action against such films and web series?

Mumbai – Anurag Basu’s movie ‘Ludo’ is being broadcast on OTT platform Netflix. Film Ludo denigrates Hindu Deities in a similar way which Aamir Khan’s PK did a few years ago. As a result, Hindus’ religious sentiments are hurt. Earlier, Basu had even twisted the story of Rabindranath Tagore’s novel ‘Kabuliwala’ in a web series to show a Hindu girl performing Namaz. Owing to this, Hindus have started a twitter trend #HinduPhobic_AnuragBasu as a protest which is trending at 3rd rank with more than 25 thousand tweets. Through their tweets, the protesters have urged -Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and its Minister Prakash Javadekar to take action against Anurag Basu and film’s actor Abhishek Bachchan. An appeal was also made to boycott Basu’s movies.

(The above photos and videos are not intended to hurt anyone’s religious feelings.

Some scenes in anti-Hindu film ‘Ludo’

1.One of the scenes in the film depicts three characters dancing and jumping on the streets in the guise of Deity Brahma, Shri Vishnu and Deity Shankar.
2.Another scene depicts two characters dressed as Deity Shiv and Goddess Mahakali pushing a vehicle.
3.One scene shows the actor and actress in bed and when her mother calls and enquires about location, she tells that she is in a temple.
4.There are comical references to Ramleela and cow in the film.
5.The Kauravs are portrayed as heroes while the Pandavs as villains in the film.