Film on Brahmin women sparks protests in Nizamabad

THE HANS INDIA |   Mar 21,2017 , 01:49 AM IST
   

Members of the Indur Brahmana Seva Sangh holding a dharna in front of the Pawan theatre in Nizamabad on Thursday
Members of the Indur Brahmana Seva Sangh holding a dharna in front of the Pawan theatre in Nizamabad on Thursday
Members of the Indur Brahmana Seva Sangh holding a dharna in front of the Pawan theatre in Nizamabad on Thursday

Nizamabad:  A large number of people belonging to the Indur Brahmana Seva Sangh held a demonstration in front of Pawan theatre in the city on Monday in protest against the screening of ‘Brahmanism-A Woman, ’ which showed the Brahmin community in poor light. They demanded the theatre management to withdraw the screening of the film immediately. 

The members of the Brahmin community also submitted a memorandum to the District Collector Dr Yogitha Rana demanding action against the owners of Pawn theatre. 

They also tore off the posters of the movie.  Speaking to the media, Indur Brahmana Seva Sangh leader Kishore Jagadish Kulakarni  warned that they would not keep quiet if Brahmins were humiliated or lampooned in movies. 


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