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Pathan Controversy: Uproar in Bareilly upon seeing Deepika’s ‘saffron bikini’, fight started in mall
The case concerns Phoenix Mall located on Pilibhit Bypass Road, Bareilly. The Pathan movie show was happening in the theater on Wednesday. There was a lot of rowdiness during the late night shows. According to the information received, the young people who were shooting the video for the film Pathan from a mobile were beaten up. A youth was shooting a video of the song Besharam Rang inside the cinema hall. When the bouncers stopped him, there was a ruckus. After that the kicking and punching started. The bouncer was accused of stripping and getting into a fight. The incident happened Wednesday evening around 11:00 p.m. A video of the whole incident has gone viral on social media by a viewer. Izzatnagar police reached the mall as soon as the video went viral. The youths were taken into custody.
accused of piracy
During the Besharam Rang song, some young people started making videos of it. This is where the controversy started. Some people in the mall started making weird comments about Deepika’s saffron bikini scene. After that, the video for the film began to be made from a mobile. Employees stopped making videos. Said against the rules. Suspected hacking. An argument started over this. After that, the affair turned into a fight. After learning of the case, Izatnagar police attended the scene.
The police arrested some people. After that, the matter calmed down. The bouncer in the movie theater is said to have torn a young man’s clothes and assaulted him. Izzatnagar Police Station Chief Arun Srivastava said legal action would be taken against the youths involved in the fights at the cinema hall. Many boys are interrogated by placing them in police custody. Some of the boys have been identified.
Arun Srivastava said the seriously injured youths were admitted to hospital. In fact, the film Pathan by Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone and John Abraham hit theaters on Wednesday. He also opposed in many places in UP. At the same time, a large number of viewers also came to the theaters to see the film.