Director Leena Yadav made a statement over the representation of a character in her recently released film Parched.
As per Yadav, the Rabari group of Gujarat has disliked the Ajay Devgn-delivered social dramatization. They are irritated with the garments worn by performer Tannishtha Chatterjee, as they are the same which ladies of the group wear.
"They have been calling my significant other, giving life dangers to us. We have been getting repulsive calls, relentless saying 'You don't comprehend what we can do to you'. After that we put in an application at Oshiwara police headquarters," Leena guaranteed.
"Considering the circumstance at this moment that we have around us, as a producer I feel frightened to try and name a character in my film. It is truly startling," she said. The movie producer said she is additionally stressed in regards to an individual from the film unit in Gujarat who helped them in making the tongue and is likewise now getting life undermining calls.
Leena says the film, featuring Radhika Apte, Surveen Chawla among others, is set in an invented town, in this manner looking to some extent like a specific group or religion.
"It is set in an imaginary town, there are two disclaimers in the film, one at the outset and one at last saying the same. It has inspired nothing to do with religion, yet is about the stories of ladies," she said.
The 45-year-old executive says individuals need to "take a gander at the bigger issue" as opposed to nitpick about different things. "Individuals everywhere throughout the world said it is our film, they identified with it, so it is miserable that individuals here are stating it isn't theirs. They are still stuck on garments and would prefer not to take a gander at the bigger issue. We have to transcend every one of this," she said.