Fatwa released on the poster 'Gul Makai', director says- "Why am I making the film after all?"
Fatwa released on the poster 'Gul Makai', director says-

The fatwa has been released for the Hindi film director Amjad Khan's film Gul makai. Along with this, the film, based on Pakistani education activist Malala Yusufzai, has been accused of insulting the religious text. The same Noida-based Muslim religion guru has issued a fatwa regarding the insult. Apart from this, the film's director Khan says that he has been receiving threats since the beginning of the film. After that, after this, Dharmaguru has an issue regarding the poster of the film.

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Speaking to a media reporter, director Amjad Khan said, 'Fatwa has now been brought by a person from Noida. On the same poster, Malala is shown holding a book and the other side has a view of the blast. They think it is a religious book. In such a situation, they feel that we have not shown respect for the holy book. I am calling him the Kafir. Amjad Khan further said, 'I am trying to talk, which I can explain that it is an English book.' Regarding the police case, Khan said, 'I would say that he is not able to understand things. I am making a film about peace. If I file a police case, she will take him in. Then why am I making a film in the end?

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'Gul Makai' is a biopic of Malala Yousafzai. It is made in India. Malala is a Pakistani girl, who is constantly struggling for the fundamental right to education. She campaigned for girls' education in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa area of Pakistan. A few years ago Malala was also subjected to a deadly attack by the Taliban. Malala was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2014. She and Kailash Satyarthi of India were given the Noble prize together.

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