Actor Arshad Warsi who is all set to release
his movie ” Michael Mishra” has received
death threats for a dialogue, “Daaku Valmiki
se Sant Valmiki ban jayenge”. If reports are
to be believed, the actor has been receiving
threats in the form of letters, phone calls
and texts telling him that his “body parts
will be cut off” and he’ll be “burned alive.”
Confirming to this controversy Arshad spoke
to Mumbai Mirror about this. He said:

“Everyone knows the story of Valmiki, the
writers researched their facts too. If I had
thought that dialogue or anything else was
offensive, I would not have done it. I’ve
stayed away from X-rated content all through
my career.”



His lines from the movie have created a stir
among the Delhi based Valmiki Samaj, who have
filed an FIR against Arshad Warsi, the film’s
writer-director, Manish Jha and producers,
Kishor Arora and Shareen Mantri Kedia,
demanding their arrest, on grounds of hurting
religious sentiments of the community. They
have even asked for halting the film’s

A still image of Arshad Warsi

While Arshad argues that the protesters aren’t even aware of the facts and asserts that the CBFC cleared the film after two cuts. He added: “Today, everyone is so careful because India is packed with religious sentiments and there are so many reference groups to raise objections to anything. But this film has been cleared by the Censor Board which wanted two scenes edited from the film. For a smooth release, we will send an apology note to the Samaj in Delhi since I love the Capital and would like to visit it again.”




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