Kaali Poster Controversy: Filmmaker Leena's controversial tweet on 'Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati', BJP attacks TMC-Congress- Watch Video

Publish Date: 07 Jul, 2022 |
 

The controversy over the poster of filmmaker Leena Manimekalai's film 'Kaali' is not over yet. Meanwhile, he has made another tweet. Controversy has also started on this new tweet of his. Leena has shared an objectionable picture of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati. This picture has gone viral on social media. Significantly, a case has been registered against him in many states regarding the controversial poster of 'Kali'.

Ruckus over Leena's new tweet

Leena Manimekalai has made another objectionable tweet on Thursday morning. In the picture tweeted, there are two actors playing the role of Lord Shiva and Mother Parvati. Two actors are seen smoking in the guise of God. Controversy has started on this tweet of Leena. The BJP has expressed displeasure over this.

BJP's attack on TMC-Congress

BJP's national spokesperson Shahzad Poonawalla has commented on this. He tweeted, 'This is not a matter of constructive expression, it has been done for deliberate provocation.' Poonawalla further said, 'Abusing Hindus = secularism? Insult of Hindu faith = Liberalism? Leena is getting encouraged because she knows that Left parties, Congress, TMC are supporting her. Poonawalla also said that till now TMC has not taken action on Mahua Moitra.

Let us tell you that the controversy started with the poster of Leena's documentary film 'Kali'. In this poster, Maa Kali is shown smoking. Along with this, a colorful flag of the LGBT community is also seen in one of his hands. The film is produced by Leena Manimekalai. After the controversy escalated, Twitter took action against Leena Manimekalai and removed her post, in which she shared the poster of the film Kaali.

 

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