BJP MP-actor Ravi Kishan raised the issue of obscenity in Bhojpuri cinema, demanded Prakash Javadekar to ban the songs

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Ravi Kishan, in a letter to Prakash Javadekar, expressed concern over the increase in obscene content in Bhojpuri films in the last few years. Bhojpuri songs have become synonymous with obscenity which is worrying.

New Delhi, Jnn. BJP MP and actor Ravi Kishan Shukla has now opened a front on the issue of obscenity in Bhojpuri language films. Ravi has written to the Chief Ministers of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar demanding a ban on obscenity in Bhojpuri films and songs. At the same time, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar has also been requested.

In the Bhojpuri film industry, concerns have been raised about obscenity in the past. Despite all the resources, a big reason for the backwardness of this industry is the obscenity which is seen in the scenes, dialogues or songs of a film. Producers create such content to please a particular section, but its harm is extensive, which cannot be immediately estimated.

Ravi, in a letter to Prakash Javadekar, expressed concern over the increase in obscene content in Bhojpuri films in the last few years. Bhojpuri songs have become synonymous with obscenity, which is worrying. It has been said that the mind and mind of the youth are distorted by these songs. This delay needs to be stopped.

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Let us tell you, there is a relationship of more than three decades between Ravi Kishan and Bhojpuri cinema. Ravi Kishan has contributed a lot in making Bhojpuri popular. If we talk about the famous faces of Bhojpuri, apart from Ravi, the names of Manoj Tiwari and Dinesh Lal Yadav Nirhua can be taken. Pawan Singh and Khesari Lal Yadav are also well-known names of Bhojpuri.

Case registered against Khesari Lal Yadav

A case of obscenity has been registered against Bhojpuri singer and actor Khesari Lal Yadav in Mumbai. Khesari is accused of spreading obscenity through songs. Sujit Singh, head of Sanatan Seva Foundation, has registered a case against Khesari in Mumbai under sections 292, 294 and 354 of the Indian Penal Code for the song ‘Chachi ke baachi’.

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