Mumbai, Sep 8 (CINEWS): Mumbai-based Sunni Muslim association has asked for a prohibition on the most recent film, ‘Muhammad: Messenger of God’. They have termed the film to be “profane for more than one reason.” The association has likewise looked for “legitimate activity” against writer AR Rahman for giving music for the film and “harming the assumptions of Indian Muslims,” reports Indianexpress.com.
The film being referred to is a trilogy on the life of Muhammad and demonstrates his trip of transforming into a prophet. In the update, the association has said that the Prophet’s name ought not to be specified in a film’s title as individuals may affront it. They have likewise focused on the way that in Islam, photography isn’t permitted. The reminder likewise brings up the issue on the different on-screen characters who have played Muhammad.
Mohammed Saeed Noori, an organizer secretary of the Raza Academy, additionally guaranteed that the Iranian Consulate declined to meet a five-part assignment from the institute. Be that as it may, the authorities from the Consulate have denied any such arrangement, according to the report.