The controversy has deepened over the documentary poster of filmmaker Leena Manimekalai.
The Indian High Commission in Ottawa has expressed a written protest to the Canadian authorities and the organizers of the event following a complaint from the local Hindu community. This poster was put up in a program organized by the Aga Khan Trust.
The Indian High Commission in Ottawa has registered its protest over the derogatory portrayal of the Hindu goddess Kali in a film poster in Toronto. In this case, the Ottawa Indian High Commission has requested the Canadian authorities to immediately remove the objectionable material related to the Hindu goddess by filing a written complaint. In fact, the local residents of Ottawa were concerned about the objectionable poster of the Hindu goddess. Hindu community (Hindu Community) had lodged a complaint with the Indian High Commission. After which the Indian High Commission has swung into action and lodged a complaint with the organizers of the event and the Canadian authorities. In which a demand has been made to remove all objectionable material related to Hindu Goddess. The film was being broadcast in a program organized by the Aga Khan Museum.
Controversy is related to the documentary poster of filmmaker Leena Manimekalai
In fact, the Ottowa Indian High Commission has lodged an objection to the documentary poster of filmmaker Leena Manimekalai. Since the release of this poster, it has come under controversy in the country and abroad. Indian-origin Canadian resident Leena Manimekalai has directed this documentary. The poster of this documentary supporting the LGBT community shows Hindu goddess Kali smoking a cigarette. Ever since this poster was released on social media, the controversy about this poster has been going on. In social media too, many people have demanded to remove this poster citing hurt feelings.
Case has been registered against Leena Manimekalai
Filmmaker Leena Manimekalai, who has made a derogatory portrayal of the Hindu goddess Kali in her film, has risen as soon as she releases the difficult poster. A case has been registered against him in this matter. While the atmosphere on social media is hot these days regarding the controversial poster, a Delhi-based lawyer has filed a police complaint against Leena Manimekalai on Monday. Following which the police have registered a case. It is believed that Delhi Police may soon issue a summons notice to filmmaker Leena Manimekalai regarding the controversial poster in the film. However, after the registration of the case, filmmaker Leena Manimekalai has said that she has nothing to lose. At the same time, he has said that those who are opposing him after the release of the poster, will fall in love with him after the release of the film. Filmmaker Leena Manimekalai posted this controversial poster on her Twitter handle on July 2.