Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone left for Qatar from Mumbai.
Indian extremists have demanded a ban on the movie ‘Pathan’ due to actress Deepika’s dancing in a saffron dress, while Shahrukh is confident that no one will be able to stop ‘Pathan’ from being released.
It should be noted that two days ago, the song “Be Sharm Rang” from Shahrukh Khan’s film “Pathan” was released, in which Deepika Padukone stars with King Khan.
The Indian extremists have announced a boycott of the film due to heroine Deepika Padukone’s saffron dress in the song of Shah Rukh Khan’s new film Pathan.
According to reports, Deepika’s saffron dress scene with Shah Rukh has been colored by Indian extremists as religious fanaticism.
The color saffron is considered sacred in the Hindu religion, while extremist Hindus have also objected to Shah Rukh wearing green clothes in the song.
The Home Minister of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, who belongs to the Bharatiya Janata Party, opposed the song and the color of Deepika’s clothes and said that Deepika had also supported the protests at Jawaharlal Nehru University.
He said that if the scenes of the film are not changed, they will ban it in Madhya Pradesh.
Deepika Padukone was apparently not bothered by all this controversy and she left India for Qatar today.
According to Indian media reports, when Deepika Padukone was leaving for Qatar from Mumbai airport, there were no signs of worry on her face and she was smiling, looking quite happy.
Deepika posed for photographers at the airport while smiling, after which she went inside the airport saying thank you.
It should be noted that Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone will unveil the trophy in the final of the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Deepika will be the first international to unveil the trophy at the FIFA World Cup. The actress will unveil the trophy on December 18 at the Lusail Stadium in Qatar and will also attend the closing ceremony.
The final of the FIFA World Cup will be played between defending champions France and Argentina on December 18.