Women bodies want ‘Ika Say Love’ movie banned
Hyderabad: Ananda Bagh Mahila Sangham leader Gajanani and other social activists today demanded that the State government immediately proscribe ‘Ika Say Love’ movie in Telugu which was released recently.
Talking to media persons here on Thursday, Gajanini, former minister Pushpa Leela, Lok Satta State secretary Saroja Devi, Ganga Bhavani and others said the movie totally opposes Indian traditions and makes fun of Hindu culture. They also bemoaned that the movie director-producer Nagaraju shows Indian culture and marriage tradition in poor light with offensive dialogs in the movie.
The film, apart from ridiculing the marriage rituals, it encourages youths to send their aged parents to Old Age Homes and so on. Expressing disgust over the film scenes, the women leaders bemoaned that when the State Film Censor Board of Certification refused to clear the movie, the Film director brought certificate from Mumbai and released the movie.
The women leaders demanded that the State government ban the controversial movie immediately as it misleads the youth and harmful to the Indian society as a whole. They also warned that they would file a case against film director Nagaraju if the government sits over the issue. (NSS)