‘Dangal Mein Mangal’ Will Teach Aamir Khan A Lesson, Says BJP Leader

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5:54 pm 16 Jan, 2016

Senior leader of Bhartiya Janta Party Kailash Vijayvargiya appears to be out for actor Aamir Khan’s upcoming movie ‘Dangal’, which is scheduled to release in the month of December this year.

Vijayvargiya said in a public rally in Indore that he gets angry whenever anyone talks about intolerance. Without naming anybody he said, “We have already taught one a lesson, now it’s the turn of the other. It’s time for Dangal mai mangal.”

By “taught one a lesson”, Vijayvargiya was referring to  Shahrukh Khan’s ‘Dilwale’ which faced protests at many places because of the actor’s comments on intolerance in the country.



File photo of Kailash Vijayvargiya, senior leader of BJP. metrovaartha

Another prominent BJP leader Ram Madhav had earlier taken a dig at Aamir Khan advising the actor to preach his wife about the rich culture and India’s prestige.

These comments have came in the wake of Aamir’s Khan remarks about the growing intolerance in India. Khan, at a public event, had said that he had a sense of “insecurity’ and “fear” deep within the society, shared by his family.

The 50-year-old actor had said that his wife Kiran Rao suggested that they will probably leave the country.

“That’s a disastrous and big statement for Kiran to make. She fears for her child. She fears what the atmosphere around us will be.”

Aamir is currently shooting for the film, which is on wrestling in Punjab. Aamir is playing the role of Mahavir Singh Phogat, who teaches wrestling to his daughters Babita Kumari and Geeta Phogat.




Aamir Khan also ceased to be the brand ambassador of Incredible India campaign after his contract with the ad agency hired for the purpose came to an end. Anti-BJP forces saw it as an attempt at getting back at the actor following his remarks.

It is for the first time that an ethnic Kashmiri girl will appear in a Bollywood movie in a prominent role. Zaira is playing Aamir Khan’s daughter.

The intolerance voice got louder after the lynching of Mohammad Akhlaq, who was killed by a mob on the suspicion of having beef stored in their fridge, and the killing of writers like Govind Pandharinath Pansare and Dr Narendra Dabholkar.

Writers throughout India returned their awards as a mark of protest. Many celebrities joined the voices though some like Anupam Kher opposed.

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