Shahrukh Khan Stays Positive Amongst Protests Against Pathaan

Shahrukh Khan has come out positive to the protests against his upcoming film Pathaan at KIFF on Thursday.

“We haven’t been able to meet for a while but the world is becoming normal now. We are all happy and I am the happiest. And I have no qualms in saying, that no matter what the world does, me and you, and all positive people in the world are ALIVE,” said King Khan at the opening of the 28th Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF).

The recently released song from the film ‘Besharam Rang’ has been receiving much hatred from the saffron party. After Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra raised objection to Padukone’s outfit in the recently released song Besharam Rang, a mahant from Ayodhya has called for the film’s boycott. A video of the Mahant surfaced on social media where he is heard asking people to boycott the film, as well as allegedly appealing to “set those theaters on fire where Pathaan will be screened.”He added that “the makers of the film should be treated in the same manner.”

A controversy erupted after Narottam Mishra, on Wednesday, objected to Padukone wearing a “saffron-colored” attire in Besharam Rang. Mishra asked the makers to “rectify” it. He also told reporters that the song’s title was objectionable.

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