CSF files complaint; seeks action against Sony pictures, Sharmila
Mumbai, May 5 (UNI) The city-based national community watchdog, Catholic Secular Front (CSF) has filed a police complaint with the Vakola Police station yesterday, calling for initiation of criminal proceedings u/s 295 A of the IPC against Sony picutres, Sharmila Tagore and others responsible for the proposed release of 'Tickle My Funny Bone' and 'Da Vinci Code' movies.
CSF general secretary Joseph Dias said copies of the complaint had been sent to both Prime Minister and Chief Minister.
The police complaint filed in Vakola Police station against actor- producer-director Yogendra Konkar of 'Tickle my funny bone' and Sony Pictures Managing Director Uday Singh that is releasing the Da Vinci Code and Censor Board Chairmn Sharmila Tagore, has sought the arrest of these people for allowing screeing of the films that hurt religious sentiments.
In a release issued here today, CSF General Secretary Joseph Dias said religious feelings of the Chirstian community were hurt by showing Roman catholic nun in bad light and besides hitting the basic tenets of christian faith.
In the movie Da Vinci Code it is said that Jesus married Mary Magdalene and fathered children who became part of the dynasty and their descendants live in France, a release added.
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