Friday, November 24, 2017

Polémica mortal sobre filme indiano?

'Padmavati': Controversy takes a deadly turn as dead body found in Rajasthan (Bombay Times):

The 'Padmavati' controversy doesn't seem to be dying down anytime soon however, we sure didn't see it taking a deadly turn. A Recent report suggests that a dead body was found hanging in Rajasthan's Nahargarh Fort, 20 km near Jaipur. The body was surrounded with slogans on stones that read 'Padmavati' ka virodh (Opposing 'Padmavati') and others reading 'Hum putle nahi jalate, latkate hain' (we don't burn effigies, we kill).

Officers from the Brahmapuri Police Station have been investigating the spot and it is not clear if the case is a murder or a suicide and the identity of the body isn't revealed yet. The protest against the film has been spearheaded by Mahipal Singh Makrana, a member of the Rajput Karni Sena and the organisation has said that they have nothing to do with the recent incident. "This is not our way of protest. I want to tell people not to resort to such methods," Makrana said.
Político indiano pediu decapitação de estrela famosa de Bollywood (SAPO):
Deepika Padukone, uma das atrizes mais populares e bem pagas do cinema indiano conhecido por "Bollywood", que também teve o principal papel feminino em "xXx: O Regresso de Xander Cage" (2017), teve de cancelar compromissos públicos após um político do partido governamental ter apelado para que fosse decapitada.

Suraj Pal Singh Amu, o principal coordenador dos media do Bharatiya Janata Party (Partido do Povo Indiano, BJP), que governa a Índia, ofereceu uma recompensa equivalente a 1,23 milhões de euros pelas cabeças da atriz e também de Sanjay Leela Bhansali, realizador do filme "Padmavati".
A respeito disso, alguém escreve "So glad we've finally reached the point where random people are being killed over dumb Bollywood movies in India"

Um pouco de contexto: Padmavati_(film)#Controversy e Shri Rajput Karni Sena

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