Mumbai, March 24(IANS) - Filmmaker Chaitanya Tamhane, whose film Court was on Tuesday named the…
Mumbai: Director Pan Nalin, whose film Angry Indian Goddesses released recently, says he is unfazed by the threatening calls and messages he has been receiving from some people who feel its content is ‘anti-Indian’.
Those who view homosexuality as an offence have also not taken too kindly to the lesbian love track in the film. “I have been receiving messages and calls saying, ‘How dare you blaspheme Hinduism through Angry Indian Goddesses? We will make sure you go Charlie Hebdo way!’ while another one goes ‘What did you achieve by showing these… non -Sanskari Indian c**ts!’,” he tells IANS, adding that he will not allow himself to be terrorised by them.
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The film, which talks about female bonding and follows the journey of seven women, released in India on December 4 after 16 cuts imposed by the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC).