Objection to Karni Sena on second season of web show 'Ashram', sent legal notice to filmmaker Prakash Jha

Mumbai: On the soon-to-be released season 2 of the web series 'Ashram' released on the digital platform MX Player, Karni Sena has sent separate legal notices to the producer-director of this web series Prakash Jha and the OTT platform. The second season of this show is going to be streamed from 9 November. The trailer of the second season of this show was released on 16 October and based on the 'objectionable scenes' of the trailer, Karni Sena has demanded a ban on the show.

Speaking on the phone to ABP News, Karni Sena General Secretary (Mumbai) Surjit Singh said, "The word ashram is a matter of faith for Hindus and the tradition of ashram in Hinduism has special significance. In the trailer of the second season of this show The things shown will create an impression among the people that such misdeeds happen in all the ashrams across the country.

In this legal notice sent by Karni Sena, the makers of the show have been accused of hurting the sentiments of all those who believe in Hinduism and defame Hinduism.

Surjit Singh says, "Prakash Jha should tell which Baba he has created this web series on the basis of which Baba and he wants to reveal the black truth of which ashram in this show. By telling this fictional story, he doesn't bother We can sweep it. This attempt to discredit the entire Hindu religion and ashrams through the show will not be tolerated in this way. "

In this web series, Bobby Deol is in the main character of Baba in Kashipur, while Aditi Pohankar is in the role of Pammi.