In a letter to Police Commissioner Deven Bharti, Rajkumar Santoshi specifically requested for additional security after receiving death threats. Rajkumar Santoshi complained about this to Mumbai’s Joint Commissioner of Police Satyanarayana and wrote a letter to the police. In the letter, Santosh Princy told that he had held a press conference on January 20 with the film’s team. Khal investment was tried in this press conference. Santoshi told that this press conference was going on in Andheri area of Mumbai. Then a group came there and started creating ruckus. Because of this, the film’s team was stopped in the middle of the press conference.
Demand to stop the release and promotion of the film
Prince Santoshi told that later he was threatened to stop the release and promotion of his film, otherwise it would not be good. Rajkumar Santoshi said that he is feeling. Along with them, the life of the family is also in danger. So the police put them at risk and act on them.
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‘If left open, there can be a big loss’
Prince Santoshi, who made hit films like ‘Ghayal’, ‘Damini’ and ‘Pukar’, further wrote in the letter, ‘I request you to provide me additional security for the safety of me and my other family members. If such people are left unattended and no action is taken against them, they can cause great harm.
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there is a dispute about
It could easily have been that the violations sitting in the midst of the jammed media concerns of the press conference of ‘Gandhi Godse: Ek War’ a few days back sparked protests, protests and chants of ‘Mahatma Gandhi Zindabad’. He claimed that the film undermines the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi and glorifies his killer, Nathuram Godse. To prevent any ruckus, the police were called in to handle the situation.
‘Gandhi Godse: Ek Yudh’ will release on January 26. While Chinmay Mandlekar plays Nathuram Godse in the film, Deepak Antani plays the role of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi.