'Adipurush' is banned in Nepal
From the pre-release to the post-release of Adipurush, there is no end to controversies. Adipurush is banned in Nepal for allegedly distorting the history of Nepali actress Sita and her birth in Indian cinema. It should be noted that Janakpur, the birthplace of Sita described in Ramayana, belongs to Nepal.
India's neighbour Nepal is under the leadership of the country's Maoist party CPN (Maoist). Prime Minister Pushpakumar Dahal (Prachanda). He recently visited India. There is speculation in diplomatic circles that neighbouring China is gradually increasing its closeness with Nepal. India is worried about it. It is also being debated whether Nepal's ban on the screening of Bollywood films Adipurush is a diplomatic signal to India.
Now it is known that no Indian film will be screened in Nepal due to the Adipurush controversy. As a result, Indian films have been removed from a total of 17 halls in Nepal including Kathmandu. All Indian cinemas will be closed until the wrong information about Sita's birthplace in the Bollywood film Adipurush is corrected, according to the strict orders of the Nepalese government.
Exhibition of Indian films stopped in various Nepali cities including Kathmandu, and Pokhara. A ban on the screening of Bollywood films has been issued in all theatres in Nepal since Monday morning. Balendra Shah, the administrator of Kathmandu, banned all Indian films. Soon after this announcement, Pokhara Administrator Dhanraj Acharya ordered the immediate stop of screening of Indian films in three theatres. The halls of these two cities have replaced Bollywood films with the names of Hollywood and Nepali films. The administration of Nepal is apprehensive and worried that the 'Adipurush' will have a wrong influence on the culture. They think that there will be irreparable damage to the nationality, cultural unity and nationality of Nepal.
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