Indian Film “72 Hoorain” Gets Flak for Portraying Islamic Concept in Most Disrespectful Manner


The controversial filmmaker Ashoke Pandit has released the trailer of the film “72 Hoorain”. The film has received plenty of hate from Muslims around the world for spreading Islamophobia while Hindutva activists are lauding the film for taking a hard stance against Muslims.

The film is due to be released on 7 July 2023 and covers the idea of “Jihad” in Islam and how one gets “72 Hoorain” as a reward in paradise after martyrdom.

The trailer indicates Islam as a religion of violence where Jihad and the idea of “72 Hoorain” are presented in the most disrespectful manner.

The Twisted Plot

The trailer begins with images of Osama Bin Laden and Ajmal Kasab, giving the audience a clear idea of where the plot will take them.

With powerful background music, dark colors, and gory imagery of terrorists, blood, and mass destruction, the movie sells us the idea that all of this is motivated by the reward of ” 72 Hoorain”.

With the aim of oversimplifying and denying the true concept of Jihad, the film does a great job of misleading an already confused and divided audience on such a sensitive issue.

The filmmaker is ignorant about the true teachings of Islam and the logic behind the reward of “72 Hoorain” in paradise.

The Audience’s Reaction

The trailer has so far divided the audience, where some feel it’s an anti-muslim film to spread misinformation while some are proud of the bold move and are eagerly waiting for the film to be released.

Among the thousands of comments, there are also people who think movies like these will help with the revival of Bollywood.

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Ashoke Pandit’s Past Controversies

In the past, the same filmmaker has been involved in other controversies, like his statements on the complex issue of Gaza, where he supported Israel for its actions.

In the past, Ashoke Pandit has made films like “The Accidental Prime Minister” and “The Chargesheet: Innocent or Guilty?”, which were both related to politics and garnered a lot of attention.

The film “The Accidental Prime Minister” was labeled as a propaganda film by the BJP Party, which was ruling at that time.

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