Activists from the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Monday
protested outside two cinema halls in Kolhapur. The protest was
against the screening of the the latest Aamir Khan production
Delhi Belly due to its "vulgar and objectionable" content.
The activists were so agitated by the screening that the
management were forced to cancel the afternoon shows. Over 50 angry
NCP protestants, led by local corporators Anil Pharat and Prakash
Gaondi, created ruckus at the Padma and Parvati cinema halls, in
Kolhapur during the afternoon shows.
The activists barged into the theatre demanding to stop the
screening. The movie posters and banners were torn off, slogans
were shouted. The protestants seemed to angry with the censor board
also, for clearing the film Delhi Belly with its explicit
and erotic dialogues, scenes and the song DK Bose.
They demanded deletion of the song, offensive dialogues and
explicit scenes from Delhi Belly as it will corrupted the
young minds, who have been queuing up to watch the movie. Kolhapur
police informed that around NCP activists were detained and
additional security has been provided at the two cinema halls.