Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra on Sunday said the state police have been approached to look at the arrangement 'A Suitable Boy' being gushed on Netflix to check if kissing scenes in it were recorded in a sanctuary and on the off chance that it hurt strict estimations.
The pastor likewise alluded to making a lawful move against the producers of the arrangement.
An office-carrier of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), the young wing of the decision BJP, has asserted the kissing scenes were shot in a sanctuary in MP's Maheshwar town and presented a grumbling to the Rewa administrator of police.
"The arrangement 'A Suitable Boy' was delivered on an OTT media stage. Kissing scenes were shot inside a sanctuary with bhajans being sung out of sight. I think of it as shocking. I think this hurt sentiments," Mishra, the state's Home pastor, said in a video explanation on Sunday.
"I have guided police to inspect the arrangement and figure out what move can be made against the maker and head of this arrangement.," the clergyman added.
In the interim, BJYM public secretary Gaurav Tiwari disclosed to PTI that he had presented a reminder to Rewa SP Rakesh Kumar Singh on Saturday requesting a statement of regret from Netflix and producers of the arrangement and expulsion of "shocking scenes".
"Portions of the arrangement were shot in Maheshwar town in Madhya Pradesh. The kissing scene inside the sanctuary has harmed our assumptions," Tiwari guaranteed.
Conversing with journalists, Rewa SP said that further move will be made after film of the questionable scenes are gotten from Netflix.
"I have gotten an update from Gaurav Tiwari, in which it is said that offensive scenes in the arrangement were shot in a strict spot.
Lawful activity will be started after assessment," he said.
The six-section Netflix arrangement has been coordinated by eminent movie producer Mira Nair, who is known for her widely praised movies, for example, "Salaam Bombay", "Rainstorm Wedding" and "The Namesake"