Controversy has started everywhere after the song ‘Basharam Rang’ from Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming film “Pathan” was released on Wednesday. It is being strongly opposed by many hardline Hindutva organizations and BJP leaders. It is being alleged that bhagwa color was insulted in the song and it has hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus. Terror accused BJP MP Sadhvi Pragya Thakur, Home Minister of Madhya Pradesh Narottam Mishra have also made strong remarks about this.
BJP supporter trolls are strongly opposing this song, on the other hand, some people have also stood in support of Deepika and Shah Rukh Khan. In such a situation, fans of the two stars are responding with songs of BJP MPs Nirahua, Ravi Kishan and Manoj Tiwari on the tweets of those who oppose the song. In these songs actresses are wearing bhagwa dress and performing bold romantic scenes.
Many such romantic video clips of these three were shared on Twitter, in which their heroine is wearing saffron colored clothes
In this episode, a user shared the video of BJP MP Nirahua on social media. In which he is seen performing bold romantic songs with Bhojpuri film industry veteran actress Amrapali Dubey in Bhagwa salwar.
In fact, a leader of a Hindu organization tweeted opposing the song of Shahrukh Khan. He accused Shah Rukh Khan of insulting saffron. Along with this, he has appealed to the Hindus to boycott the film ‘Pathaan’. In response to his tweet, not one but many users shared an old song of BJP MP and Bhojpuri star Nirahua. In which he is doing a hot romantic dance with Amrapali Dubey.
Amrapali Dubey is wearing a ‘bhagwa’ colored dress in this song and is dancing with Nirhua. Talking about the name of the song,”Khatiya Se Khatiya Sataibe Ki Na”. This song is from the Bhojpuri film, ‘Bum Bum Bol Raha Hai Kashi’. Which is sung by Dinesh Lal Yadav aka Nirhua himself. This film was released in 2016.
The video is becoming very viral on social media. While sharing this video clip, netizens have taken a dig at the protestors. A user wrote, ‘BJP MP @nirahua1 ji respecting saffron colour. Intellectuals will not say anything on this.’