Bollywood actor Aamir Khan’s film ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ has been released in theaters on August 11, but even after the release, the series of controversies is not ending. Amidst increasing demand and protests for the boycott of the film, a complaint has now been filed against Aamir Khan for insulting the Indian Army and hurting the religious sentiments of Hindus through this film.
According to reports, a case has been registered against Aamir Khan on Friday i.e. yesterday. Advocate Vineet Jindal, a Delhi-based lawyer, while filing a case against Aamir Khan, has accused him of insulting the Indian Army and hurting religious sentiments.
In fact, Advocate Vineet Jindal says that in the film, the makers have shown a mentally challenged person joining the army and fighting in the Kargil battle. It is known to all that the best soldiers of the army were sent to fight in the battle of Kargil, who had undergone rigorous training. But the film deliberately tries to insult the Indian Army.
Let us inform that a case has been registered against Aamir Khan under sections 153, 153A, 298 and 505. Along with Aamir, the lawyer has filed a complaint against Laal Singh Chaddha’s director Advait Chandan and Paramount Pictures production house.
It is worth mentioning that in the film, a Pakistani soldier tells Aamir’s character Laal Singh Chaddha, “I pray after offering Namaz, Laal, why don’t you do the same?” In response to this, Aamir Khan in the role of Laal Singh Chaddha says, “My mother had said that all puja-path are malaria and due to this riots happen.” The lawyer has claimed that this scene of the film hurts religious sentiments. For the Hindu community, this statement of the actor can disturb the security and peace of the country.