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Sadhu Threatened To Burn Shah Rukh Khan Alive !

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Shah Rukh Khan, also known as SRK, is a popular Indian actor who has appeared in numerous films throughout his career. His first movie was “Deewana,” which was released in 1992. In this film, SRK played the role of Raja Sahai, a young man who falls in love with a woman named Kajal, played by Divya Bharti. The film was a commercial success and helped launch SRK’s acting career. He has since become one of the most successful and influential actors in the Indian film industry, known for his performances in films such as “Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge,” “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai,” and “Chennai Express,” among many others.

Shah Rukh Khan is a popular Indian actor, film producer, and television host. He has appeared in more than 80 Bollywood films, and is one of the richest actors in the world. Khan has won numerous awards for his acting, including 14 Filmfare Awards. He is also known for hosting the popular game show “Kaun Banega Crorepati” (Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?) in India. Khan is also involved in philanthropy and supports various charitable causes.

Sadhu Threatened To Burn Shah Rukh Khan Alive

There is a controversy arising due to ‘Shameless Color’ that is not stopping, that’s why Shah Rukh Khan is not only being trolled, but now it has reached the level of threats.

 

A video of a sadhu from Ayodhya has surfaced in which he says that if he finds Shah Rukh Khan anywhere, he will ‘burn him alive’. Not only this, he has threatened to kill Shahrukh as well as Amir Khan and Salman Khan by calling them ‘Jihadists’

This video of Sadhu is being shown on INDIAN TV channel Aaj Tak, most of the national channels like Times Now in which he says ‘saffron is the color of Hindus and this color is used in the song ‘Be Sharm Rang’ from the movie Pathan. has been insulted’.

While there are demands for a boycott of Shah Rukh Khan and this song from the film on social media, the controversial song has received more than 90 million YouTube views.

The arrest of this Sadhu is also being reported on Vishal media and ‘Arrest Parmahansa’ is trending.

In the TV debates in this regard, the spokespersons of the extremist Hindu parties are demanding a boycott of the film and an apology from Shahrukh Khan. Not only this, very provocative statements of various extremist Hindu leaders are being shown on TV channels, threatening to kill people of a particular sect by calling them jihadists.

Surendra Jain, joint secretary of the Hindu nationalist party Vishwa Hindu Parishad, said that Shah Rukh Khan should apologize. While BJP MP Sadhvi Pragya also jumped into the fray for the ‘saffron color. That’s what They say “saffron color has been insulted” and it “will not be tolerated”.

Meanwhile, many people shared memes in this regard and some felt it was not appropriate to associate religion with any color. The resonance of this controversy has now reached the parliament of the country. Danish Ali, Member of Parliament of BSP from the state of Uttar Pradesh raised a question and said that the Censor Board is responsible for approving the film, so why there is so much fuss about it. 

He said that many actors or actresses have worked in film-wearing saffron before and they are present in the Parliament at the moment.

Danish Ali said that ‘Is Dharma so weak that it will be destroyed by an actor wearing saffron’?

Sadhu who threatened to burn Shah Rukh Khan alive

This is not the first case of film boycotts or threats to film actors or actresses. There have been calls for a boycott of many big films before and Deepika Padukone’s film producer Sanjay Leela Bhansali was even beaten up on the occasion of the release of the film ‘Padmaavat’. Even so, it has become common these days for a big controversy to arise before the release of every big film, be it Aamir Khan’s ‘Lal Singh Chadha or Deepika’s ‘Padmaavat’ or Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Brahmastra’. Aamir’s film ‘PK’

has been the most controversial.

 

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