Kamal Haasan To Explain Mahabharata Remarks In A Court
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Tamil Nadu | Press Trust of India | Updated: April 21, 2017 21:41 IST
Tirunelveli: Actor Kamal Haasan was today asked by a nearby court in Tamil Nadu to show up before it one month from now to react to charges in a protestation against him that he offended the Hindu epic Mahabharata.
Valliyoor Judicial Magistrate Senthil Kumar additionally requested the Pazhuvur police assessor to explore the case and document a report at the most punctual on the grumbling recorded by Athinatha Sundaram, the secretary of the Narumboonathar sanctuary enthusiasts organization.
The performing artist supposedly made the comments against the Mahabharata amid a meeting to a private Tamil TV station on March 12.
The complainant asserted that the performer, in light of a question from the questioner about the savagery against ladies, especially in the film business, said that even in the nation’s characterizing epic Mahabharata, a lady was staked in a dice amusement.
He additionally professedly said Indians give excessively regard to the Mahabharata that “highlighted the reality” that a lady was pawned away in betting.
He presented that Kamal Haasan had “offended” the Hindus and the Mahabharata by his claimed comments.
He looked for a substantial fine and greatest discipline to the on-screen character for offending the religious assessments of the Hindus.
Kamal Haasan has been made a request to show up in the court on May 5.