A day after the movie was banned in Qatar, Kuwait and Malaysia, the All-India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) on Friday requested the Telangana authorities to take away “objectionable” content material from the Tamil movie “FIR”, starring Vishnu Vishal, and its promotional materials.
The celebration, which is headed by Asaduddin Owaisi, took robust exception to the movie poster carrying the ‘Shahada’ in Arabic, saying this has harm the emotions of Muslims.
AIMIM General Secretary and Telangana MLA, Syed Ahmed Pasha Quadri, met the state’s Minister for Cinematography, T. Srinivas Yadav, and handed him a memorandum demanding motion in opposition to the movie.
The ‘Shahadah’, one of many Five Pillars of Islam, is a declaration of the believer’s religion within the precept of the oneness of God (Allah) and the Prophet being God’s Messenger. “By presenting it in a promotional film poster, the makers of FIR have offended the sentiments of Muslims,” the AIMIM memorandum mentioned. “Such a representation demeans Islam and its tenets.”
The AIMIM delegation urged the minister to take crucial motion beneath Section 8 of Telangana Cinema (Regulation) Act, 1955. “The action may be taken till such time that all objectionable content in the film as well as in the promotional material of the film is removed. This is essential to protect the state’s public order and harmony,” their memorandum added.
The story of the movie, which is an motion thriller, revolves round Vishnu Vishal, who performs a Muslim teenager, Irfan Ahmed. He is suspected by the intelligence companies of being a terrorist. What occurs to him is what the movie is about.
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