The banner of a narrative film that portrays Hindu goddess Kaali smoking a cigarette has ignited shock in a sizeable part of web-based entertainment. Whilemany considered fo the rarres of the movie producer, presently the Indian High Commission has given an open letter on Monday and has asked the producer and the Canadian specialists to eliminate “all provocative material”. They have requested the expulsion of the banner from the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto in the North American country.
The letter peruses, “We have gotten objections from heads of the Hindu people group in Canada about the rude portrayal of Hindu Gods on the banner of a film displayed as a feature of the ‘Under the Tent’ project at the Aga Khan Museum, Toronto. Our Consulate General in Toronto has passed these worries on to the coordinators of the occasion. We are additionally educated that few Hindu gatherings have moved toward experts in Canada to make a move. We encourage the Canadian specialists and the occasion coordinators to pull out all such provocative material.”
The contention emitted after Leena Manimekalai shared the banner of the film via virtual entertainment. The banner portrays a lady wearing the ensemble of Goddess Kaali. She is seen smoking a cigarette in the photograph. Alongside her standard accessories of trishul (harpoon), and sickle, the entertainer playing the goddess is shown employing the LGBTQ+ people group’s pride banner.