Reactions Flooding In Internet After Makers Of “Jai Bhim” Made This Major Change !!

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Several kind of reactions are flooding the Internet platforms after “Jai Bhim” makers changed the symbol in the calendar that was hanging in a corrupted police officer’s house. Many asking when the makers are going to change the identity of the police man himself whose name, in real life, is Anthony Das. Director Mohan G of “Draupathy”, “Ruthra Thandavam” fame thanked “Jai Bhim” makers for changing the symbol in the calendar.

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“Jai Bhim” released on Amazon Prime on 1st of November with much expectations among fans. The film is getting humongous amount of positive response from fans and is being widely watched due to the word of mouth. Based on a true event that happened in the year 1995, the film concentrates on showing light to the hardship people of tribal community went through at that time. Exposing the police brutality, the film shows how lawyer Chandru won the case without receiving a penny from his client who is a wife of the victim. Though the incident took place 25 years ago, it looks still relevant due to the police atrocities that are still taking place in the state.

In the film, director Tamil acted as Inspector Gurumoorthy who leads the lock up harassment. In a scene where he attends a phone call from his house, a calendar that contains the symbol of “Vanniyar” caste, an “Agni Motif”, could be seen hanging. On seeing it, many users of Internet condemned “Jai bhim” makers accusing them of defaming a particular caste.

Now, after seeing the online outrage, the makers have edited the picture out and included a new one. Now, the calendar shows the picture of goddess Lakshmi instead of the “Agni motif”.

Now, after the decision made by the makers, many other demands are being made in the online platforms. A number of people could be seen demanding the makers to change the identity of the Police officer.

Check out some of the reactions below :

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