The controversy over Janhvi Kapoor's film Gunjan Saxena is increasing day by day. Indeed, objection has already been raised by the Indian Air Force about the film.The Air Force has also complained to the Censor Board about this. The film has also been continuously opposed on social media. In the midst of all these controversies, Chairperson of the Women's Commission Rekha Sharma has demanded a ban on screening of this film. He has recently tweeted a.
The real must come out and clarify whether the gender discrimination shown in movie is for real? Being from Army background I can never imagine defence officers behaving like goons. Officer or not, women are always get their due respect in forces.— Rekha Sharma (@sharmarekha)
In this tweet, he has written, 'If this is true then the makers of the film should apologize and its screening should also be stopped. Why should any such film be seen if the wrong image of the Indian force is shown in it, that too when all these are lies. Apart from this, Rekha Sharma had also made a tweet in the past. In that tweet, he wrote, 'The real #GunjanSaxena must come out and clarify whether the gender discrimination shown in movie is for real? Being from Army background I can never imagine defence officers behaving like goons. Officer or not, women are always get their due respect in forces.'
If that is so, the film maker must apologise and discontinue the screening. Why showing something which is portraying our own forces in bad light specially when it's not true.— Rekha Sharma (@sharmarekha)
Earlier, the Air Force had sent this letter to Netflix and Dharma Productions in addition to the sensor board. In that letter, he wrote, "As per the initial agreement, Dharma Production had said that the honor of the Indian Air Force will be maintained in the film. It was also ensured that this film would inspire generations to join the Air Force. By the way, let us also tell you that there was a buzz for this film for a long time, but now the protest is going on for this film.