#Boycott_ThankGodMovie was trending today on twitter in which Hindus raised the voice against the upcoming Ajay Devgn film ‘Thank God’ over inappropriate depiction of Hindu deity Chitragupta and hurting religious sentiments in the name of comedy.
Deity Chitragupta is considered the God of Justice. Deity Chitragupta keeps a detailed account of one’s sins and virtues, and also performs the task of punishing or rewarding human beings according to their deeds. But Thank God movie ridiculing Deity Chitragupta.
Many Hindus are tweeting saying “No action is taken against the rampant parody of Hindu deities. Hindus feel that their tolerance level is being tested. What if Hindus take the law into their hands? The Government should think ahead and make a blasphemy law now.
— 🚩 Ramesh Shinde 🇮🇳 (@Ramesh_hjs) September 16, 2022
हिन्दू देवताओं का उपहास उडानेवाला ट्रेलर प्रदर्शित होने तक क्या 'सेन्सर बोर्ड’ सोया था ? @prasoonjoshi_
— HinduJagrutiOrg (@HinduJagrutiOrg) September 16, 2022
Wake Up Hindu
Get Ready to Boycott 🔥🔥
Another Shameful act by Bollywood in upcoming movie “Thank God”
Do you think they will ever stop Insulting our Religion?
— Ganesh Pansare (@GA_Pansare) September 16, 2022
Himanshu Shrivastava of the Jaunpur civil court in Uttar Pradesh has filed a case against the makers for allegedly hurting religious sentiments of the Kayastha community that worships Deity Chitragupta.
As per the complaint, the trailer begins with Siddharth Malhotra’s character meeting with an accident. He meets Deity Chitragupta at a later stage who shows him the account of his deeds. Devgn, who plays the role of Chitragupta, has been accused of using “poor jokes” and “objectionable words.”
It further stated objectionable scenes were kept in order to earn profits and demanded the accused be summoned and punished as per appropriate sections of the law. Deity Chitragupta is considered as God of Justice as per ancient texts and it is also said that he keeps a record of one’s sins and positive deeds. Deity Chitragupta also punishes or rewards people as per their deeds.