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Banning the Beast would send a strong message; Jawaharlal Nehru in controversy

MH Jawaharlal Nehru, President of Manitheya Makkal Katchi, reacts to the controversy over the movie Beast starring Vijay. Jawaharlal Nehru had asked Chief Minister MK Stalin to ban the film as it portrays the Beast badly on Muslims. Jawaharlal Nehru said that if the Beast was banned, it would send a strong message to the society and prevent such films from happening in the future. The HinduSaid in an interview with Vin.

” I have not seen the Beast. My party workers saw it and told the story. Film is a powerful medium. It has a lot of influence in politics and society. It is dangerous to misrepresent Muslims. Anti-Muslim sentiment will take root in the youth and it will destroy our secularism.

The Beast has been rejected by the people. Or if the movie stays well in the theater we will organize a rally against the movie. There is no need for a theater platform to watch movies these days. So you can not stop people from watching it. But a ban on theater would send a strong message to the film industry. It will help prevent films like this from happening again, “said Jawaharlal Nehru.

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