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The dispute over Tandav not ending, people mailing Union Minister Prakash Javadekar for Kapil Mishra’s campaign #BanTandavNow

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Tandav Scene Controversy: Saif Ali Khan, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub and Sunil Grover’s recent release web series ‘Tandav’ is getting embroiled in a big controversy. On the day of release, there was a dispute about a scene of the series. People accused the makers of insulting Lord Ram, Narada and Shiva. After this, Bombay High Court lawyer Ashutosh Dubey sent a legal notice to Ali Abbas Zafar and Amazon Prime Video.

Now politician Kapil Mishra has also taken an entry in this matter. He accused the series of insulting Dalits and Hindus. Kapil Mishra released a video and made serious allegations on the series. Kapil Mishra said that the aim of the series is to spread riots in the country. Through the series, an attempt has been made to worsen the situation among Dalits and between Hindus and Muslims. Also, an attempt has been made to insult police officers.

Kapil Mishra said, “This series is about anti-country, anti-religious, communal talk, insulting Dalits and inciting violence”. Also, Kapil Mishra made an appeal to the people. Kapil Mishra tweeted and asked people to complain to the series by writing to Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar. #BanTandavNow has been the top trend on Twitter since then. People are sending mail to Prakash Javadekar to ban ‘Tandava’.

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‘Tandava’ is happening on this scene

What is the whole scene on which ‘Tandava?

Actually, the controversy has arisen on a scene of Mohammed Zeeshan Job. In this, he is seen in the role of Lord Shiva on the stage of a college theater. Then another person takes an entry in the role of Lord Narada and then there is a conversation between the two. Meanwhile, Shiva-turned-Mohammed Zeeshan gives Job Abuse (WTF). There is a lot of ruckus on this scene. Apart from this, there are some dialogues of the series which people also object to.

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