Aamir Khan Controversy: AU Banks ad starring Aamir Khan and Kiara Advani Stirred into Controversy
Aamir Khan Controversy: In another controversy, Aamir Khan changed Hindu traditions! AU Banks ad starring Kiara Advani and Aamir Khan Stirred into another Controversy.
Bollywood has already been the target of many politicians’ eyes on the matter of Adipurusha. Some political leaders have already attacked the Adipurush team saying that Hanuman and Rama are dressed in leather in the movie and it has hurt the sentiments of Hindus. Recently Bollywood’s ‘Mr Perfectionist’ Aamir Khan has got into controversy.
Aamir was accused of hurting the sentiments of Hindus by acting in an ad. Recently, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra has taken issue with Aamir’s advertisement. Commenting on the ad, he said that distortion of Indian traditions and customs in such advertisements or films harms religious beliefs and should be kept in mind. Aamir Khan and actress Kiara Advani are now facing criticism on social media after AU Bank’s advertisement.
Aamir Khan and Kiara Advani looked like newlyweds in the ad. He was shown returning married. There should be a handover from the bride’s house, but there is no such thing in this advertisement. It is said that neither of them cried during the breakup. Contrary to traditional custom, the ad shows the couple arriving at the bride’s house and the groom taking the first step by stepping straight into the bride’s house.
But according to traditional custom, the bride goes to the groom’s house and places his feet in his house. Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that Aamir Khan’s statements and actions that hurt his religious sentiments should be avoided. Mishra revealed that Aamir Khan should make announcements keeping in mind Indian traditions and customs. Narottam Mishra asked about this matter.. ‘I also received a complaint and after receiving that complaint I saw Aamir Khan’s private bank ad. I request Aamir to make such kind of ads in future keeping in mind the Indian traditions and customs,” he said.