A VHP spokeswoman claims there will be no protests against Pathaan due to the intended modifications, yet members still demonstrate
One of the most anticipated movies of the year is Pathaan, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, and John Abraham. Today, the movie Pathaan debuted in theaters. However, the saffron hue of Deepika's bikini in the movie also sparked complaints against Pathaan. However, the film's creators have already undergone considerable adjustments.
Earlier reports said that the Besharam Rang had been altered to eliminate close-ups of the buttocks, side poses, and sensual dancing moves during the lyrics of Bahut Tang Kiya. The images were still there in the movie, but the length of the whole scene was shortened.
The Pathaan movie starring Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan won't face opposition, according to the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), since the recommended alterations made to the movie are accurate. Speaking for VHP, Shriraj Nair "VHP won't currently object to the movie Pathaan. The alterations to the movie are accurate in light of our past criticisms. After seeing the movie, if we discover anything offensive, we'll think twice about being against it ".
Although the VHP said that it would not oppose the movie, some of its members were still abstaining from seeing it. A recent video shows VHP (Vishwa Hindu Parishad) followers displaying "Boycott Pathaan" placards on the streets of Bangalore. Protesters gathered outside movie theaters to demand a boycott of the movie in the viral video. "Karnataka: VHP (Vishwa Hindu Parishad) followers protest against the premiere of Shah Rukh Khan's movie "Pathaan" in Bangalore, burn posters," said the headline from a news source that reported the story.
Shah Rukh Khan's first major motion picture in more than four years is Pathaan. John Abraham is a featured actor in the action thriller, which is helmed by Siddharth Aanand. The movie is slated to hit theaters on January 25, 2023. Along with Hindi, it will also be released in Tamil and Telugu dubs. The movie will run on more than 2500 screens abroad alone and will open in a record-breaking 100+ countries.