Assam: Actor Aimee Baruah in legal trouble over content of her Dimasa film ‘Semkhor’’

Assam: Actor Aimee Baruah in authorized hassle over content material of her Dimasa movie ‘Semkhor’’

Guwahati: Assamese actor Aimee Baruah has landed in authorized hassle as a case has been filed in opposition to her for allegedly misrepresenting the Dimasa group in her award-winning movie ‘Semkhor’.

Mahendra Kemprai, the previous president of the All Dimasa College students’ Union, has filed the case in opposition to Aimee Baruah.

Within the FIR, Kemprai talked about that the film depicted the livelihood, tradition & custom of the Semsas in a improper manner.

“…I’ve a powerful objection on the content material of this explicit film ‘Semkhor, because the story that’s portrayed within the film is totally false and has depicted the Livelihood, Tradition & Custom of the Semsas in a improper manner,” the FIR learn.

Kemprai additional said that the portrayal of feminine infanticide within the film is totally false.

“The film additionally portrayed the intensive observe of superstitions and little one marriages within the Semsa Society which isn’t utterly appropriate. A very powerful topic which created uproar in our Dimasa society is the portrayal of feminine infanticide within the film which is totally false and such observe is rarely prevalent within the Dimasa Society since time immemorial,” it added.

 “It’s to be talked about that Producer/Director meant for a industrial achieve and private fame over the film and by no means made an in-depth examine into the involved topic pertaining to the lives of Semsas earlier than making the ultimate outlining of the story on the Semsa Custom, Tradition & Livelihood and because of which the film depicted a false story of our society and that has led to the arrange of a false image of our society around the globe and this has deeply harm my sentiments and morality specifically and of our Dimasa folks normally.”

He additionally urged the filmmaker to seek the advice of with the consultants of the Dimasa Neighborhood and take away the objectionable scenes from the film.