New Delhi: Bollywood actor Aamir Khan's controversial film 'PK' has received criticism from various sections of the society. Where some have called it anti-Hindu, there are groups protesting its screening outside various theatres.
In the wake of 'PK' row, MoS, I&B Rajyavardhan S Rathore was quoted as saying to a news agency that when a film comes out censor board gives a certificate, once that is done Centre can’t do anything in the matter.
He further added despite Censor clearance, an appeal can be filed in the court and theaters can choose to not play the movie. Incidentally, a day before senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy tweeted: “A complaint will go soon to initiate action under PMLA on Aamir Khan & co for laundering terrorist finance. I hope MoF does not block it.”
“ARY thrown out of London Bullion Market and from UK in 2006 for money laundering drug trafficking and terror financing. Aamir Khan answer!!”
“ARY which financed the Aamir Khan promotional of PK in Dubai was founded by a Karachi based Pakistani named Abdul Razak Yakub”
The leader had on Monday questioned the funding behind 'PK'.