Muslims protest against the upcoming Hindi film – Hum Do Hamare Barah

The poster of the film shows a Muslim family of 12 people

Mumbai – The poster for the upcoming Hindi film Hum Do Hamare Barah has been released. There is a photograph of a Muslim family in it. A total of 12 people have been shown in it. There is a tagline on the poster that says we will overtake China soon. As this film is based on population growth, Muslims have objected to the film.

1. Kamal Chandra, the director of this film, asked the critics to be patient and clarified that the film is not based on any specific community.

2. Rana Ayub tweeted the poster of the film. According to her tweet, how is it possible that the Central Board of Censorship would allow such a film ? Muslim communities are targeted in the film. Using a photo of a Muslim family and titling it Hum Do Hamare Barah is Islamophobia (hatred of Muslims).

Editorial viewpoints

  •  In the previous survey, it was revealed that Muslims are increasing faster than other communities in India. If someone says their population is increasing, how can that be wrong ?
  •  The Muslim population, which was three percent when India was partitioned, has increased to 14 percent today, while the Hindu population has decreased. What does this depict ?

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