Brahmastra Protests, Ranbir Kapoor's 2011 Comment, Ayan Mukherjee's Take

Brahmastra Protests, Ranbir Kapoor's 2011 Remark, Ayan Mukherjee's Take

Two days earlier than Brahmastra, the 12 months’s greatest launch, hits the screens, its stars Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt have confronted protests throughout their promotional tour in Madhya Pradesh. The couple have been pressured to cancel their go to to an iconic temple as protesters held up black flags and raised slogans to dam them.

The star couple, in Ujjain to advertise “Brahmastra Half-1: Shiva” on Tuesday, turned again with out visiting the well-known Mahakaleshwar Temple “to hunt the blessings of Lord Shiva”.

There have been safety worries for the couple, who’re anticipating a child. The movie’s director, Ayan Mukherji, later visited the temple with the Brahmastra crew.

The protests revolve round an 11-year-old remark by Ranbir Kapoor, 39. “I’m a mutton, paya, beef…crimson meat man. I am a giant beef man,” he had mentioned throughout an interview carried out over a meal.

A piece of social media customers has been digging up Ranbir Kapoor’s previous interviews after his current remarks on spouse Alia’s being pregnant have been criticised. The “beef” remark has gone viral and has sparked a backlash. Some are posting the hashtag #BoycottBrahmastra on Twitter.