Amid high Profile Controversy, Team ‘Tandav’ files petition in Supreme Court

Amazon Prime India chief Aparna Purohit, producer Himanshu Krishna Mehra, series writer Gaurav Solanki and actor Zeeshan Ayub have filed a petition in the Supreme Court.

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New Delhi: Controversy about the recently released web series ‘Tandav’ directed by Ali Abbas has been increasing. The film is being opposed in many states of the country, while FIRs are also being filed against the director.

Amidst these protests and controversies, Amazon Prime India chief Aparna Purohit, producer Himanshu Krishna Mehra, series writer Gaurav Solanki and actor Zeeshan Ayub have filed a petition in the Supreme Court.

Web Series ‘Tandav’ Controversy:

This petition filed against the FIRs made in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra. The petition demanded the cancellation of the FIR registered in different states of the country. This petition hearing is today. Recently, FIR lodged in Hazratganj Kotwali, Lucknow against Ali Abbas, director of web series ‘Tandav’. Producer Himanshu Krishna Mehra, writer Gaurav Solanki and Aparna Purohit of Head India Original Content Amazon.

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Interrogation in Lucknow:

After which, the Lucknow police team reached the home and office of the web series producer Himanshu Krishna Mehra, director Ali Abbas and writer Gaurav Solanki to inquire into the matter. Police met the three and interrogated them and recorded the statements.

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According to the police, the three had also apologized for hurting the sentiments of people from the web series in the statement. Let us tell you that there is an allegation on the web series ‘Tandav’. Web series released on January 16 on the OTT platform Amazon Prime Video, the series hurts religious sentiments.

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