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Unconditional apology from cast and crew of Tandav after backlash from a section of society

The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting said it received a large number of grievances and petitions on various facets of the web series with serious concerns and apprehensions regarding its content hurting the sentiments of the people

Following the social media backlash and complaints from BJP leaders, the cast and crew of Saif Ali Khan-starrer webseries Tandav unconditionally apologised after meeting the Information and Broadcasting Ministry.

The ministry summoned Amazon Prime Video officials after two Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders alleged that the series hurts Hindu religious sentiments. BJP leader Ram Kadam on Sunday said that he has filed a complaint at Mumbai's Ghatkopar Police Station against 'Tandav'. He alleged that the series has hurt the sentiments of Hindus and he would not tolerate this.

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In their official statement, the cast and crew of Tandav said, “We have been closely monitoring viewer reactions to the web series ‘Tandav’ and today during a discussion, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting have informed us regarding a large number of grievances and petitions received on various facets of the web series with serious concerns and apprehensions regarding its content hurting the sentiments of the people.

“The web series ‘Tandav’ is a work of fiction and any resemblance to acts and persons and events is purely coincidental. The cast and crew did not have any intention to offend the sentiments of any individual, caste, community, race, religion or religious beliefs or insult or outrage any institution, political party or person, living or dead. The cast and crew of ‘Tandav’ take cognizance of the concerns expressed by the people and unconditionally apologise if it has unintentionally hurt anybody’s sentiments.”

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