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Karnataka Temporarily Bans Release of Propoganda films 'Hamare Baarah'!

Friday, June 7, 2024 | June 07, 2024 WIB
Karnataka Temporarily Bans Release of Propogenda films 'Hamare Baarah'!
                          Poster of film Hamare Baarah(File)

Bengluru - In a move to maintain communal harmony, the Karnataka government has announced a temporary ban on the release and broadcast of the Propaganda Bollywood film "Hamare Baarah." The decision, effective immediately, will last for at least two weeks or until further notice. This action was taken under the provisions of the Karnataka Cinemas (Regulation) Act, 1964, following concerns that the film's content could potentially incite communal tensions.

The film, which delves into the sensitive subject of overpopulation, has sparked widespread debate and anticipation. Originally titled "Hum Do Humare Baraah," it underwent a name change to "Hamare Baarah" following directives from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). The movie, starring Annu Kapoor, Manoj Joshi, Paritosh Tripathi, and Parth Samthaan, was scheduled for release on June 7th.

The state's Congress-led government made the decision after considering appeals from various minority organizations and community delegations who expressed apprehensions after viewing the film's trailer. In response to these concerns, the Bombay High Court had previously imposed, then lifted, an injunction on the film's release, mandating the formation of a committee to review the film's themes and address the claims made in the petition. The committee is to include at least one Muslim member and is tasked with providing a focused report on the movie's narrative.

Actor Manoj Joshi, addressing the controversy, stated that the film does not target any specific religion. He emphasized the importance of respecting women and discussed the film's broader themes, which include education, upbringing, employment, and women's empowerment.

Directed by Kamal Chandra, "Hamare Baarah" is produced by Radhika G Film & Newtech Media Entertainment, with Ravi S Gupta, Birender Bhagat, Sanjay Nagpal, and Sheo Balak Singh as producers, and Triloki Prasad as co-producer. The film's narrative on overpopulation is a bold exploration of a theme that is seldom addressed in Indian cinema, and it has undoubtedly captured the public's imagination and sparked dialogue across the nation. 

Public Urgent Demand for Permanent Ban on Propoganda Film "Hamara Barah" for Communal Harmony and Protection Against Propaganda

Educated & Secular Community urgently demand the permanent ban of the film "Hamare Barah" in the interest of communal harmony, brotherhood, and safeguarding against propaganda-driven content.

The content of this film not only threatens the fabric of communal harmony but also serves as a dangerous tool for propagating divisive ideologies. Its portrayal of sensitive communal issues is deeply concerning and has the potential to incite discord among communities.

Furthermore, the film's association with communal directors and producers raises serious doubts about its intent and the message it seeks to convey. We cannot allow our society to be manipulated by propaganda-driven narratives that only serve to deepen existing divides and foster mistrust among communities.

In the interest of maintaining peace, harmony, and unity within our society, we urge you to take immediate and decisive action by permanently banning the film "Hamare Barah." This step is crucial to protect the social fabric of our nation and ensure that divisive propaganda does not find a platform to spread its venomous ideology.
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