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Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad will not oppose Shahrukh's 'Pathaan' in Gujarat

Ashok Rawal head of Gujarat's 'Vishwa Hindu Parishad' said now the audience will decide if they want to watch the film or not

Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad will not oppose Shahrukh's 'Pathaan' in Gujarat
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Shah Rukh Khan is all set to storm the theatres after almost 4 years with his movie 'Pathaan' which is currently in news. The film is slated to release on Wednesday, 25 January. While Shah Rukh's fans are eagerly waiting for his film, the movie is receiving lot of hatred. The song and the saffron coloured bikini in the film has been reciving lot of criticism. Taking objection against the song, many right-wing organsiations staged protests demanding to boycott the film. Bajrang Dal strongly opposed the film in many states, and in some places they even threatened to burn the theatres, but now they have decided to withhold their protests.  


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It has become clear that the organisations mainly 'Vishwa Hindu Parishad' and 'Bajrang Dal', which were leading the protests, have decided not to oppose this film in Gujarat. Ashok Rawal, head of Gujarat's 'Vishwa Hindu Parishad', has issued an official statement in this regard. He has appreciated the Censor Board for suggesting this film change, and has now decided to leave it up to the audience to watch the film or not.

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Ashok Rawal said, “It's a good thing that the Censor Board has removed the obscene scenes and words from the film after Bajrang Dal protested it. I congratulate the activists and the Hindu community who are fighting for the protection of religion and culture.”

The film has smashed all the records with respect to advance bookings. Along with Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, John Abraham, Dimple Kapadia, Ashutosh Rana will be seen in an important roles.

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