Kangana Ranaut CONDEMNS Saif Ali Khan starrer Tandav, says makers must be jailed for ‘Torturing Viewers’

Kangana Ranaut slams web series ‘Tandav’ stating that the makers be jailed for torturing the viewers and for hurting religious sentiments.

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Web series ‘Tandav’ starring Saif Ali Khan, has caused quite a stir and is receiving severe backlash on social media for the last few days. Netizens are slamming the web series for hurting religious sentiments. There is a section of viewers who are demanding that the series be banned.

Amidst all of this, actress Kangana Ranaut has voiced her opinion. She condemned the web series and the makers in her tweet, and urged to put them behind bars.

Kangana took to Twitter to blast the series and the crew for hurting religious sentiments. She re-shared a video in which Kapil Sharma states that he has sent a legal notice against it to Amazon Prime. He sent this notice demanding its removal from their platform.

Kangana wrote that it is creatively deprived and deplorable on every level. She tweeted that, “The problem isn’t just about the Hindu phobic content. It is creatively poor and deprived, atrocious and objectionable on every level hence deliberately placed controversial scenes. Put them in jail not just for criminal intentions but also for torturing the viewer #tandavwebseries.”

However, the director recently issued an apology on behalf of the cast and crew of Tandav. He shared a statement on social media. It said, “The cast and crew did not have any intention to offend the sentiments of any individual, caste, community, race, religion, or religious beliefs or insult or outrage any institution, political party or person, living or dead. The cast and crew of Tandav take cognizance of the concerns expressed by the people and unconditionally apologize if it has unintentionally hurt the sentiments of anyone.”

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