UP Police reaches 'Tandav' director Ali Abbas Zafar's House
A team of UP police arrived at the house of Instruction Ali Abbas. After this, the team will also go to the office of Amazon's office.
Mumbai: The web series engulfed in so many controversies. Cases have been registered against five people, including series director Ali Abbas Zafar, in Mumbai and Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh on Wednesday for hurting religious sentiments.
A team of UP police arrived at the house of Instruction Ali Abbas. After this, the team will also go to the office of Amazon's office. This information came from a media report.
Complaint against web series 'Tandav':
Five people, including director Ali Abbas, were booked in Lucknow for hurting people's sentiments through the Tandava series. The Lucknow Police on Sunday approached the Mumbai Police Commissioner (CP) office to assist in the investigation of the case.
A four-member team led by Inspector Anil Kumar Singh arrived in Mumbai on Tuesday night. The UP police team will go to Amazon's office after questioning Abbas, and will interrogate some people there too.
UP police officer Anil Kumar Singh said, "We have asked him to appear before the IO (Investigating Officer) in Lucknow on 27 January. His house was locked and no one was there, so we pasted the notice there. ''
Ali Abbas Zafar, the director of the web series Tandav, has received relief from the Bombay High Court on a case filed in Uttar Pradesh. The court granted three weeks' anticipatory bail to Ali Abbas Zafar. Amidst the controversy, Amazon Prime has removed the objectionable scene from the 'Tandav' web series.
Amid controversy over the web series, 'Tandava' Abbas Zafar apologized on social media on Monday. The cast and crew statement said that we are watching the reaction of our viewers. This is a completely fictional story. The aim of any member of our team was not to hurt the feelings of the people.