FHA have received several complaints from Hindus regarding the screening of the controversial Bollywood movie, ‘PK’, at the Embassy of India, Berlin on Wednesday, 22 July 2015. Read more »
On 17th January, Maharana Pratap Battalion’s activists gathered outside actor Amir Khan’s house to stage demonstrations at 1.00 p.m. Read more »
The PK controversy shook the entire industry but the film fraternity stood by the PK team, pledging support to the film. Good friend Salman Khan went on to Twitter to openly show his support to PK. After Salman, Shah Rukh Khan too backed the Aamir Khan starrer. He said, When a film has already been censored, it should not be questioned at all. Read more »
John Stewart Mills noted more than a century back that, ‘your liberty to swing your fist ends where my nose begins’. This is the basic principle of responsible social liberty and democracy. I request Raju Hirani and Vishal Bhardwaj and his Bollywood ilk not to bloody the nose of Hindus to show off their liberty. Read more »
If the Keyword, #BoycottPK used by the social networking Twitter, is typed on Google then Samiti’s ranking is next to twitter. This is a success to the united Hindu efforts. Read more »
The Pakistani TV channel, also believed to be linked to terrorist groups, was associated with a promotional event for the anti-Hindu film in Dubai. Read more »
Complete coverage of widespread protests conducted by HJS activists to #boycottPK, a anti-Hindu and anti-national movie – a report… Read more »
Many Hindus are mired in superstition, shallowness, bigotry and hypocrisy; that practitioners often seek miracles and use it for commercial, social and political benefit more than for the establishment of a personal spiritual connect. However, this observation is not made in defence; rather this is a proud admission that Hinduism can evolve and so can its practitioners – Pravin Singhania Read more »
Demanding a ban on Aamir Khan-starrer “PK”, right-wing group Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) Tuesday termed the film part of a larger scheme to discredit Hindu religion and rituals. Read more »
A day after state government announced entertainment tax waiver for ‘PK’ across Uttar Pradesh, Bajrang Dal carried out a protest in Shahjahanpur and claimed that the “movie which encouraged ‘love jihad’ has been made tax-free by chief minister Akhilesh Yadav for Muslim votes.” Read more »
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