A web series ‘Dhoop Ki Deewar Web Series’ based on the love story of a Hindu Hindu boy and a Pakistani Muslim girl has created a scandal in the neighboring country these days. On June 25, this web series will launch on the OTT Zee5 platform. Previously, people on social media in Pakistan were demanding its ban. He says he does not approve of the love story of a Hindu boy and a Muslim girl. Pakistani actors Ahad Raza Mir and Sajal Ali are in the lead roles in this web series, which is based on a love story that takes place between the bitter relations between India and Pakistan.
Seeing the opposition to this web series in Pakistan, it seems that the genius of love jihad has crossed the border into India. Otherwise, until now the love story between a Hindu girl and a Muslim boy has been called the jihad of love in our own country. In the political halls, there has been a tradition of baking this issue teasing it like a tandoor. However, Pakistan is far ahead of us in terms of religious intolerance. Objections to Hindu and Muslim love stories are not new here. Previously, the movie ‘Ranjhana’, released in 2013, had a similar story, after which it was banned in Pakistan.
Like the web series “Dhoop Ki Wall”, the film “Ranjhana” also faced opposition in Pakistan. Let us know that before the ‘Dhoop Ki Wall’ web series, there was an uproar where 5 movies …
1. Movie ‘Raanjhana’, year 1993
‘Namaz Mein Woh Thi Aur Dua Hamari Qubool Ho Rahi Thi’ … The hero’s dialogue in Sonam Kapoor and Dhanush’s film ‘Raanjhanaa’ conveys the essence of the story in a few words as well as expressing his feelings. When the unique love story of Zoya (Sonam) and Kundan (Dhanush), which came off the streets of Banaras, was shown on the big screen, it was praised everywhere. But in neighboring Pakistan, there was a scandal about it. No one could tolerate a Hindu child loving a Muslim woman and having her story shown on the screen. It was banned in Pakistan, which watched Bollywood movies with great fervor. Pakistan’s Board of Film Censors imposed the ban, saying the love story shown between a Muslim girl and a Hindu boy is controversial. It cannot be displayed in Pakistan.
2. Kedarnath movie, year 2018
Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan’s film ‘Kedarnath’, released in 2018, objected, accusing her of love jihad. The late actor Sushant Singh Rajput was in the title role alongside Sara Ali Khan, who made her Bollywood debut with this film. In the movie, Sushant played the role of a Muslim boy Mansoor and Sara played the role of a Hindu girl Mukku. Mansoor, who works as a pitthu, and Panditji’s daughter Mukku fall in love. But due to their different religions, they are separate. Mukku is married elsewhere. The film was accused of promoting ‘love jihad’. Even the film was banned in many districts of Uttarakhand. Protests against him were held throughout the country.
3. Jodha Akbar, 2008
Hrithik Roshan and actress Aishwarya Rai’s film ‘Jodha Akbar’ was released 13 years ago on February 15, 2008. Based on the love story of Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar and Jodha Bai, this film got a very good response. from the public, but on the other hand, there was a lot of opposition. Rajput society had demanded that this film be banned. He alleged that the wrong love story of Jodha and Akbar was shown in the film while the historical facts were being manipulated. Some people even had to say that Jodha had never seen Akbar, so where did the conversation about love and then marriage come from? There was also a lot of politics about this. At that time, during the election campaign in Uttar Pradesh, the current CM Yogi Adityanath had said that now no Jodha will marry Akbar.
4. Film Gadar, 1991
Sunny Deol and Ameesha Patel’s starring film ‘Gadar: Ek Prem Katha’, released 20 years ago in 1991, achieved historic success. Directed by Anil Sharma, the film not only impressed fans, but also created a scandal at the box office after its release. The film describes the love story of a Sikh boy and a Muslim girl. There is a scene in this, in which Sakina (Amisha) comes to Tara Singh (Sunny) to save her honor from the rioters. After this, Tara fills Sakina’s demand with her blood and says to the rioters: ‘Muslimani hai ye … Yeh Muslim! Look, now he has become a lesson, now no one has raised an eye to him! Wah Guru ji say a hundred … I’ll tear off the neck. ‘ Because of this, the Muslim community in India was also angry. There were protests from Gujarat to Bengal. From poster soot to burning down the theater, the job was done. This film was also banned by Pakistan in their country.
5. Veer Zara, 2004
Shah Rukh Khan and Preity Zinta played the lead roles in this Yash Chopra film. Shahrukh played the role of Air Force officer Veer Pratap Singh, while Preity played the character of a Pakistani Muslim girl named Zara Hayat Khan. They both cheer each other on only after a meeting. Not only are they of different religions in the movie, but the countries are different too. That is why they both have to go through a very difficult period, but love does not give up and in the end they both come together, in this film Hindu and Muslim rituals were also brought to the screen in a very realistic way, because it becomes memorable movies is included in it. But the film was accused of promoting interreligious love relationships. Made in 25 crore, Veer-Zaara made a business of around 100 crore at the box office.