Ever since this season of Sacred Games has come in the picture, it has kept being surrounded by rumours and troubled talks. Initial subtitle complains to the wrong mobile number allegations, there has been a lot Scared Games 2 has been taking over. But, this time, they have been hunted down for hurting the Sikh sentiments.
As referred the scene that relates to be considered is being played by Saif Ali Khan. As referred by Tajinder Bagga in the complaint it has clearly mentioned that actor Saif Ali Khan, playing the character of a Sikh cop in the series had take off his Kada and threw it into the sea which is supposed to be a great value to the Sikhs.
Bollywood director Anurag Kashyap is now in a legal trouble due to his web series on Netflix Sacred Games 2. The Delhi BJP spokesperson Tajinder Bagga has filed a police complaint against the director for “intentionally hurting Sikh sentiments by adding a scene which disrespects Sikh religious symbol Kada”.
With BJP coming in action, things are definitely going to be troublesome putting the current ongoing series of Sacred Games 2 in a big soup along with the makers.
“Kada is considered as a revered and integral part of Sikh religion and it is treated with utmost respect and faith,” Bagga in his written police complaint added that it was treated disrespectfully by the director in the series.
As per the complain, it read, “The accused deliberately and intentionally depicted the scene in his web series with sole intention of insulting and outraging religious feelings of the people belonging to the Sikh community to promote disharmony, enmity, hatred and ill-will between different religious groups to provoke breach of peace by giving provocation and to severally insult the religious beliefs of the Sikhs.”
The BJP leader has asked for appropriate action against Anurah Kashyap under section 295-A (damaging sacred object), 153, 153-A (attack on religion), 504 (provocation to break peace) and 505 (spreading rumours) IPC and Information Technology Act.
Earlier, the Akali Dal MP Manjinder Singh Sirsa had also warned the online streaming site Netflix to remove this scene from the web series as it may lead to legal troubles.
Director Anurag Kashyap has been placed as the epicentre of controversies on social media as he is amongst the most vocal celebrities. Last week, he bagged the headlines as he deleted his Twitter account after his parents and daughter allegedly received threats.
Kashyap’s last Twitter post wrote, “When your parents start to get calls and your daughter gets online threats you know that no one wants to talk. There isn’t going to be reason or rationale. Thugs will rule and thuggery will be the new way of life. Congratulations everyone on this new India and hope you all thrive. Wish you all the happiness and success. This would be my last tweet as i leave twitter. When i won’t be allowed to speak my mind without fear then i would rather not speak at all. Goodbye.”