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Tiger Zinda Hai: Protesters vandalise theatres Screening, Tear Down Posters in Jaipur

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Tiger Zinda Hai Protesters Vendalised Screening in Jaipur

Tiger Zinda Hai: Protesters vandalise theatres Screening, Tear Down Posters in Jaipur

As Tiger Zinda Hai hits the silver screen, and back with one more action thrilling movie along with his Ek Tha Tiger co-star Katrina Kaif. But, his one of the old video clip, he is heard equating his dancing skills to a word Bhangi. But, in Rajasthan, a Valmiki Bajaj called it offended to him and vandalised the Raj Mandir Cinema in Jaipur and torn down posters, and raised a protest against his movie, Tiger Zinda Hai.
The Valmiki Samaj also demanded, Tiger Zinda Hai not to be screened in Rajasthan. Tiger Zinda Hai is being applauded by throughout the country, accept seen heats in Rajasthan.
According to the report, the angry protesters can be seen climbing on to the cinema hall building and bringing down the massive banner. Protesters were also held in Bikaner and Kota with the protesters demanding the Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer movie not be allowed in any screen in Rajasthan.
According to ANI report, The report said the National Commission for Scheduled Castes (NCSC) had taken note of complaints that Tiger Zinda Hai star Salman Khan and fellow Bollywood actor Shilpa Shetty had used “derogatory language” against a particular community during a TV show.

Salman Khan Used Bhangi Word During Promotion

The report added that the Information and Broadcasting Ministry, as well as police chief of Mumbai and Delhi, had been asked by the NCSC to report what action they had taken against the actors following the complaints.

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It was reported earlier that Salman Khan and actress Shilpa Shetty Kundra have been accused of hurting the sentiments of Valmiki community by uttering the word ‘bhangi’ in a disrespectful context. Thus the community has filed a case against both the actors and are staging protests in various towns and cities of Uttar Pradesh like Agra and Moradabad, along with Rajasthan.
The NCSC move was prompted by a complaint filed by an ex-chairman of the Delhi Commission for Safai Karamcharis, Harnam Singh, ANI reported.
According to ANI, Salman had used the word during a Tiger Zinda Hai promotion and while referring to his dancing skills. Shilpa had reportedly used the word to describe how she looks at home.

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