After a victorious first season, Praksh Jha has run into hassle with the Karni Sena for his show, Aashram. Surjeet Singh, Pradesh Sangathan Mahamantri of Karni Sena has despatched a authorized discover to Jha and MX Player, which hosts the series. In their discover, the Karni Sena has stated that the show targets ‘the ancient tradition, custom, culture of Hindu, Ashramas Dharma’.
Aashram stars Bobby Deol within the lead as a phoney godman. The season of the show was properly obtained by the viewers. However, Karni Sena has demanded that the second season by no means get launched in any respect. “At the outset, my client states that the web series named AASHRAM- Chapter-2 the Dark Side, Official Trailer, which was released on MX player and the same was Produced and directed by you no. 1 Mr Prakash Jha, under Prakash Jha Production Creation and the said web series have deeply hurt the sentiments of the people at large and it is also going to spread negative goodwill about Hindu religion on future generation to come. The Character`s shown in official trailer is not targeting individual personality but directly targeting the Ancient tradition, custom, culture of Hindu, Ashramas Dharma which disturbs people at large,” the discover learn.
“The first season of Ashram web series shown lots of objectionable scene degrading the image of Aashram in Hindu customs and Now Aashram-2 web series official trailer continued degrading the image Aashram in hindu religion, My client condemn such repeated attempt to degrading Hindu religion and ask you to remove official web series trailer and stop full web series release with immediate effect,” it added.
The series also stars Aaditi Pohankar, Chandan Roy Sanyal, Darshan Kumaar, Anupriya Goenka, Adhyayan Suman and a number of others. It is scheduled to launch on November 11.
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HT evaluate of the primary season learn: “Aashram, on MX Player, is as inconsistent as Bobby Deol’s accent. While the actor struggles to shrug off his urbane aura, the series — about one of those dhongi babas that you read about in the news — never fully lives up to the potential of its premise. It isn’t as lurid as it should have been, but that doesn’t stop it from being absolutely ludicrous.”
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