May 6, 2014
Vaishakha Shukla Paksha Saptami, Kaliyug Varsha 5116
No need to be surprised if Hindus’ Deities are denigrated persistently in films where there is a Censor Board reacting in this way ?
Ragini MMS 2 has been reviewed by Censor Board of Films and ‘A’ certificate has been given to it as per the guide lines and rules concerning the certificate of the Board; therefore it is mentioned in the letter sent by the Censor Board on 9th April to the Samiti that nothing objectionable or hurting sentiments in reciting ‘Hanuman Chalisa’ (Hymn praising Hanuman) in the said film was being noticed. (No doubt that the film is very vulgar. Besides Hindus are raising objection to the use made of Hanuman Chalisa in the film. How is it that the Board did not perceive that ? This kind of reaction on the part of the Censor Board is like rubbing salt on the religious sentiments of Hindus ! All Hindus should unite to oppose the Censor Board ! – Editor Sanatan Prabhat)
HJS and devout Hindu organisations had opposed the film ‘Ragini MMS 2’ for hurting Hindus’ religious sentiments by making use of Hanuman Chalisa in the vulgar film. As a result, it was not screened in many theatres. In some theatres it was screened deleting Hanuman Chalisa. Many staunch Hindus even registered complaints in police stations. A demand of cancellation of the certificate of the film was made on behalf of the Samiti on 24th March 2014 by writing a letter to the central Censor Board of films. The Board has given the answer mentioned above to that letter. (Since the Censor Boards of films have gone into the hands of anti-Hindus, therefore they do not feel anything about hurting the religious sentiments of Hindus. As against this the Board is not giving certificate to the film ‘Rub’ which exposes Muslims. The producers have to go to the tribunal for that. From this what is wrong in saying that the Censor Board does not understand the language of Hindus submitting ‘Representations’ (Peaceful act) but they understand the language of the force by the minorities ? – Editor Sanatan Prabhat)
Source : HJS