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More Trouble for Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra's Thank God as Kayastha Samaj members in Rajasthan file complaint
The trailer for Ajay Devgn and Sidharth Malhotra’s Thank God, a fantasy comedy, dropped a few weeks ago and received positive response from the fans. But currently, it’s knee-deep in legal trouble for the “indecent” representation of the Hindu deity, Chitragupta, played by Devgn.
The representatives of the Kayastha Samaj members in Rajasthan filed a complaint against the makers of Thank God, Devgn, and a few others at the Nihalganj police station for an alleged indecent portrayal of Lord Chitragupta. The complaint was lodged against actor Ajay Devgn, producer T-Series and others.
The first case against Thank God was lodged in a Jaunpur court by a lawyer named Himanshu Srivastava, for hurting religious sentiments, especially of the Kayastha community in UP.
National senior vice president of Kayastha Mahasabha, Sanjeev Srivastava, said that the film’s trailer shows Lord Chitragupta dressed in modern costumes and surrounded by "half-naked women," hurting the religious sentiments of their community. He has also demanded that these objectionable scenes should be removed.