Following the Hud Hud Song Controversy, we now hear that the makers of the film have announced to remove the visuals of the Sadhus dancing in the song in the final version of the movie. Of late, many religious groups and fringe elements have objected the same alleging that the makers with this act have hurt the religious sentiments of the Hindus and that they should get rid of the song. They have even asked the Censor Board to act on the same.
In fact, we have reported how the hashtag – boycott Dabangg 3 was seen trending in social media. Acting on the same, the film body Central Board Of Film Certification has even asked to remove the visuals of the Sadhus who have been dressed as gods while dancing with Salman Khan in the ‘Hud Hud Dabangg’. Talking about the same, Hindu Janjagruti Samiti has raised the objection on the trailer as well as the movie has depicted the Hindu deities and Sadhus goes going humiliating the basics of the religion of Sanatana Dharma.”
This is not the first time when objections were raised. Many fringe elements led by the ruling party have wreck havoc against Khan and his team of Dabangg 3. Well, now the makers are likely to change the same and they have also asked their team choreographer the song to avoid the controversy. The film has Sonakshi Sinha and others in the lead roles, while Salman Khan would be seen in two avatars – the younger and the older one, and with both the versions he has two ladies to romance. The film is releasing on the eve of Christmas.