You must have heard many times that ‘terrorism’ has no religion. There have been widespread protests against the counter-terrorism steps adopted by the BJP government. Though the Islamists have fallen flat on their face after the recent controversy erupted surrounding the film ‘Beast’.
Thalapathy Vijay starrer Beast is a slick action thriller
Thalapathy Vijay starrer Beast, a much-anticipated movie trailer was released recently. And in just a span of a few days, the trailer has garnered 4 crore views and the views are constantly upscaling. The trailer was eye-catching and filled with action, in addition to that the masked villain has also caught viewers’ attention.
The trailer suggests that Vijay will be playing the role of an undercover R&AW agent Veeraraghavan. The plot depicts Veeraraghavan, the protagonist entangles in a hostage situation when terrorists hijack a mall. He then routes on a mission to save innocent lives.
Kollywood film Beast has been directed by Nelson Dilipkumar and is financially backed by Sun Pictures, a production house owned by the DMK family.
Islamist outfit seeks ban on Beast
The pro-Muslim organisations that sought to defame the counter-terrorism mechanism by citing that they were against the ‘minority community’ have fallen flat on their face as they seek a ban on the upcoming film Beast.
Tamil Nadu Muslim League, an Islamist outfit has demanded a ban on the upcoming Tamil film Beast. The outfit has written to the state Home secretary regarding the matter. The Tamil Nadu Muslim League has issued a statement, in which they have alleged that “the film industry has been creating the impression that Muslims are terrorists, as is often the case in Tamil films. We see many social organisations strongly opposing when a film mentions their caste identity or has names of caste leaders as film characters.”
Party leader Mustafa said that it is a matter of great sorrow that the scenes in the film Beast portrayed as if only Islamists are involved in the bombing and gunfire culture. He also mentioned that the movies intend to show that only the Islamists are the community of people acting against the peace and sovereignty of the country.
He connected the demand for a ban on the movie to the month of Ramzan. In an attempt to establish some vague connection, Mustafa said that the community is currently observing fasts and it may become a problem if the movie that portrays Islamists as extremists is released during the month of Ramadan.
Until Yesterday, Terrorism had no religion
There have been several debates regarding the last rites of the deceased terrorists worldwide. The liberal cabal has been ranting from the small windows of the television screen that ‘terrorists have no religion’. Then the same woke community comes up like last rites should be done according to the deceased’s faith.
The liberal cabal which spoke for the ‘minority community’ has received a tight slap from them as they are declaring the religion out there. And the Kuwait government has also steeped in supporting them by banning the film in the country.
The Tamil Nadu Muslim League has been citing the example of Kuwait to seek a ban on the upcoming film that portrays an officer fighting with the terrorists to save the hostages. Films like these have been and will be made and by anticipating the religion of terrorists in upcoming films, organisations like these are digging up their graves.