New Delhi : The second season of the most popular series of Amazon Prime Video ‘Mirzapur’, ‘Mirzapur 2’ has been released. Fans have been waiting for this series for almost two years. Therefore, after the release of ‘Mirzapur 2’, there is a lot of discussion about it. But amidst all these discussions, ‘Mirzapur 2’ is also mired in some controversies. Recently, Anupriya Patel, MP from Mirzapur Lok Sabha constituency in Uttar Pradesh, accused the makers of ‘Mirzapur’ of tarnishing the image of the city and demanded censorship on the web series.
After Anupriya, now Hindi novelist Surendra Mohan Pathak has objected to a scene of the series and also warned to take legal action against the author of ‘Mirzapur’. The reader says that his book ‘Dhabba’ has been misrepresented in the series. He says that the scene in the series should be removed immediately or else he will take strict action against the writers, producers and actors of the series who were reading ‘Dhabba’.
In fact, there is a scene in the third episode of ‘Mirzapur 2’ in which actor Kulbhushan Kharbanda who has played the role of Satyananda Tripathi is reading a novel called ‘Dhabba’. Some lines are being heard during the scene of reading the novel, which makes it seem that these lines have something to do with the novel. While the author alleges that the voiceover that is going on showing the novel is obscene, it has nothing to do with this novel. The author alleges that this has tarnished the image of him and his novel.
Pathak has sent a notice to the makers of Mirzapur seeking a reply within a week. According to the Mid Day news, the author says that I am waiting for their response. If no reply comes in a week, I will file a case against the makers in the Delhi High Court.
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