Hyderabad, Dec 24: A group of local BJP workers have filed a complaint with the police against the makers of Aamir Khan-starrer film 'PK' for hurting the religious sentiments of Hindu community.
Shyam Rao and others lodged the complaint with Langer House police yesterday seeking action against the director Raj Kumar Hirani and actor Aamir Khan for allegedly portraying the community in an objectionable manner.
A similar complaint has also been filed by advocate Karuna Sagar with Saroornagar police.
When asked if cases were registered following the complaints, Langer House police station's inspector M D Javeed and Saroornagar police station's inspector K Narsing Rao said they had only sought a legal opinion as of now.
The film presents a satirical take on the superstitions and the godmen.
Court asks police to probe complaint against Aamir Khan's 'PK'
A magistrate's court here today directed the police to probe a complaint filed by a Hindu organisation against Aamir Khan-starrer film 'PK'.
The complaint alleges the film hurts the religious sentiments of Hindus. Chief judicial magistrate J D Suthar asked the police to file a report within two months.
Bhagwati Mandal, the organisation, has demanded a ban on the film which allegedly presents a satirical take on superstitions and godmen.
The complaint names Aamir Khan, director Rajkumar Hirani, producers Vidhu Vinod Chopra and Siddhartha Roy Kapur. The film released on December 19.