Monday, August 31, 2015

Welcome Back [2015] removes dialogue, after protests

Welcome Back trailer releases dialogue demeaning Asaram Bapu

                     I have often wondered if Bollywood is being given more importance and following than logically due to them. Its sad for any cultural ethical populace more so for one as big and ethically rooted as India, when we start treating scripted heroes and stories as our role model. This praise has gone to their heads for sure.

                          Most recent entrant for hurting religious sentiments and making a mockery of country's legal judgement system is Welcome Back directed by Anees Bazmee, and produced by Firoz Nadiadwala . It features Nana Patekar, Anil Kapoor and Paresh Rawal reprising their roles from the prequel Welcome in 2007. John Abraham and Shruti Haasan are new additions to the lead cast. The film is scheduled for a release soon.

                     The film's dialogue mock Asaram Bapu , explicitly using Baba Asaram as part of their dialogue. I guess the film's cast and dialogue producers are usually low on IQ. I would like to remind them that till date Asaram Bapu in his 50 years of spiritual and welfare work has not been convicted for any crime, anytime anywhere by court of law. So, kindly do not jump the gun and paint him a shade of grey in your unworthy and stardom hungry film

Faces Protest

                        This move has garnered fierce criticism from many people. Film's you tube comments section is overflowing with shock and outrage over their insensitive attitude. If you feel protesting, please drop them a message here requesting them to respect their country's law.

Asharam Bapu dialogue is not funny

Youtube comments section overflow with viewers demanding removal of dialogues
                            Many people protested and called the production house to register their complaints. YSS formally went in to meet and solve the issue amicably.

YSS protests against insulting Asharam Bapu

Dialogue is finally removed

                    After a flurry of calls, social outrage and personal visits to production house, they wished to play it safe and removed the dialogue from the film. We congratulate everyone including the producers for it. Associate producer of the film gave his regret note in writing, a copy of which is reproduced below.

Sajid Nadiadwala removes dialogue after protest

Apology to Asharam Bapu family by Associate Producer of Welcome Back


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