Mumbai: Reacting to the Maharashtra government’s decision to probe the "content" of Aamir Khan starrer 'PK' and "step in" if the issue blows into a major law and order problem, Subramanian Swamy Wednesday tweeted, “Happy that Maharashtra state govt has decided to probe the PK film making re: allegations. I will file a complaint on the dubious finance (sic).”
Happy that Maharashtra state govt has decided to probe the PK film making re: allegations. I will file a complaint on the dubious finance.
— Subramanian Swamy (@Swamy39) December 31, 2014
Swamy had questioned the financing of the film on Monday by tweeting, “Who financed the 'PK' film? According to my sources it is traceable to Dubai and ISI. DRI must investigate.”
The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) under Customs and Central Excise Department probes economic offences.
And on Tuesday, Swamy's tweets read: "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!!"
Aamir Khan starrer ‘PK’ is raking in the moolah at the box office despite making headlines over its content. Several religious groups have protested against the screening of the film and have objected to certain content in it. Directed by Rajkumar Hirani and produced by Vidhu Vinod Chopra, ‘PK’ was released on December 19.
The film made headlines ever since its first poster was released. The poster in question had Aamir in nude with a transistor covering his essentials.