Kaali Film Controversy: After the controversy over the poster of the film Kaali, FIR against filmmaker Manimekalai, case registered in Delhi and UP

Film directory Manimekalai (file photo).

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Controversy has arisen over the poster of the documentary film Kali. In this case, UP and Delhi Police have registered a case against film director Manimekalai for hurting religious sentiments and many other charges.

The poster of the documentary film Kaali has created a storm on social media.Film Kaali Controversy, It is also being strongly opposed on social media. Some people say that the filmmakers are hurting religious sentiments. Meanwhile film director Manimekalai (filmmaker Leena ManimekalaiComplaints have been filed against ) in Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. This is being protested due to the poster of Kali showing Devi smoking and holding an LGBTQ flag. Filmmaker Leena Manimekalai has faced severe criticism for this.

UP Police registers an FIR against filmmaker Leena Manimekalai for her film ‘Kaali’ about derogatory portrayal of Hindu deities, on charges of criminal conspiracy, crime at a place of worship, intentional breach of peace with intent to hurt religious sentiments Is. Delhi Police said that the IFSO unit has registered an FIR under sections 153A and 295A of IPC in relation to a controversial poster related to the film ‘Kaali’.

Manimekalai said on the protest – I will keep my voice fearless till I am alive

Criticized filmmaker Leena Manimekalai on Monday said she will continue to raise her voice fearlessly as long as she is alive. In response to the verbal attacks, the Toronto-based film director has retorted, saying that he is ready to give his life (for this). In response to an article on the controversy, Manimekalai wrote in Tamil language in a Twitter post, I have nothing to lose. As long as I am alive, I want to live as a fearless voice. If it costs my life, it can be given too. The Madurai-born filmmaker shared the poster of Kaali on the microblogging site on Saturday and said that the film is part of the ‘Rhythms of Canada’ section at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto.

Manimekalai also urged people to watch the film to understand the context of the poster. In response to another article, he said, the film is about the events of one evening during Kali’s walk on the streets of downtown Toronto. If they watch the film, they will use the hashtag ‘Love you Leena Manimekalai’ instead of ‘Arrest Leena Manimekalai’.