New Delhi: Rajkumar Hirani's latest movie 'PK' has got shrouded in controversies in the week following its release. Religious outfits have sought a ban on the movie which they feel insults Hindu Godmen and Gods.
However, Maharashtra CM Devender Fadnavis has now said that the film will not be banned in the state. Fadnavis has stated that there are "No intentions of stopping the screening of a movie which is running in accordance with the law", ANI report suggests.
In a news flash the agency also quoted the Chief Minister, "Censor board has given a certificate to the film 'PK' "
Other politicians have also come out in support of the movie. Congress leader Manish Tiwari had earlier tweeted about the same saying that the assault on 'PK' is an attack on freedom of speech.
Incidentally, religious leader Swami Agnivesh has also said that opposing the film will not benefit anyone, but if someone wants to protest, they must do it peacefully. Vandalizing properties is incorrect.
He also welcomed Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav's decision to make the Aamir Khan- Anushka Sharma starrer tax free in the state.