Rahul Gandhi came to support the Sacred Games in the controversy due to insulting Rajiv Gandhi

Web Series Sacred Games, which is being broadcast on Netflix, is very much liked by the audience. However, this original reality show of Netflix is ​​based on a novel, ‘Sacred Games’. But in recent days this show got stuck in a big controversy by misusing the name of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. It was said that one character of the show has used abusive words for Rajiv Gandhi, who is not a coward. Indeed, in this show, the Congress objected to Rajiv Gandhi’s image and the BJP poured its politics. Not only this, the show’s makers got legal notices too. But now on this issue Rahul Gandhi, who is Rajiv Gandhi’s son, broke his silence and gave the issue a different turn.

Rahul Gandhi came to support the Sacred Games in the controversy due to insulting Rajiv Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi came to support the Sacred Games in the controversy due to insulting Rajiv Gandhi

Congress President Rahul said on Twitter it is the fundamental and democratic rights of expression of freedom. Breaking his silence on the debate on the Sacred Games, Rahul said, “Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) or RSS (RSS) believes that freedom of expression should be controlled. I believe this freedom is fundamental democratic rights. My father died for serving the country. The idea of ​​a fictional Web series can never change this truth. ”

And, after getting support from Rahul himself, the director of the show, Anurag Kashyap, praised Rahul, saying, “This is the thing.”

Significantly, the web series, the Sacred Games, which is being broadcast on Netflix, in which Bollywood stars Saif Ali and Nawazuddin Siddiqui are playing a key role, got trapped in the name of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. Based on Vikram Chandra’s novel ‘Sacred Games’, this web series has mentioned many cases like the Boforce scandal and Shah Bano along with the Emergency imposed by the Indira Gandhi government. These cases brought a storm in Rajiv Gandhi’s prime minister’s time.

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