Fadnavis will ban ‘Aisha’ movie of Waseem Rizvi, know what is controversy

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis has been assured to bans of ‘Aisha’ movie produced by UP Shia Waqf Board Chairman Waseem Rizvi. A delegation of Muslim group met CM Fadnavis at his residence. After which CM assured to ban the disputed film from being released in Maharashtra. Let us know that Maharashtra Assembly elections are also going to be held in next month on 288 seats.

What is Controversy?

The controversy has escalated since the release of Aisha Movie teaser on YouTube on 23 July. The movie has produced by Waseem Rizvi. There have been lot of protests from Uttar Pradesh to Hyderabad, Delhi, Maharashtra against him. Muslim groups alleges that objectionable shots have been shown in this movie. There, Rizvi says that his film is entirely based on true events.

On the other hand, people of Shia community are also very angry about Waseem Rizvi. Shia religious leader Kalbe Jawad even spoke of Wasim Rizvi’s dismissal from the Shia community. Kalbe Jawad says Rizvi often indulges in anti-Islam rhetoric and activities. It is also wrong to talk about political pressure on them. He is doing this just to please a party special.

Controversy about Aisha movie

Actually, Hazrat Aisha was third wife of the founder of Islam religion Prophet Hazrat Mohammed. Those who were married at the age of just 9 years. Prophet died at age of 63 when she was 18 years old. The film depicts the widowed life of Hazrat Aisha. It is being told that some such scenes are shown in the film which cannot be visualized.

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Asif Khan works as freelancer journalist from Lucknow district of Uttar Pradesh state in India.. He is native of Gorakhpur district. Asif Khan has worked with former Nav Bharat Times special correspondent Mr. Vijay Dixit, worked as video journalist in IBC24 news from Lucknow, worked with 4tv bureau chief Mr. Ghanshyam Chaurasiya, worked with special correspondent of Jan Sandesh Times Capt. Tapan Dixit. He has worked as special correspondent in The Dailygraph news. Contact with him via mail or call at +91-9389067047

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