The great Hindu epic Mahabharat has been mocked at in a very degrading manner in the play "YADAKADACHIT" written by Santosh Pawar. The Religious sentiments of millions of Religious Hindus have been offended. Due to this, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has declared a State-Wide campaign against this play. As a part of this campaign, Hindu activists launched a mute-demonstration movement at Damodar Hall, Parel Mumbai where the play was being enacted on Sunday between 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
(Hindus, be present in large numbers for such mute-demonstrations to stop such blasphemy and do your duty towards your religion)
In this play, Lord Krishna has been shown in slow motion saying, "I forgot to wear my footwear". Draupadi has been vulgarly shown saying, "I am ready to undergo vastraharan again". Gandhari has been mentioned as "Adolescent", Kunti as "Nirupa Roy" and Dhritarashtra as "Dadamunee".
(Will Mr. Santosh Pawar dare to write such low-level mockery on Islamic Religious books ? If he does so, muslims will make life miserable for him. The over-tolerance of Hindus has encouraged such professional writers)
Dr Uday Dhoori, the Mumbai district Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti remarked, "This Play is nothing but a gross mockery of Hindu Religion under the pretext of professionalism. Mocking the symbols of faith in any religion by any means amounts to blasphemy and is not only a moral but also a legal crime. This play was initially opposed at many places in Maharashtra, due to which its shows were stopped for some time. Now, it has re-appeared again and because of this we have decided to go ahead for a State wide campaign !"