Congress leader Rajiv Sinha has lodged a complaint against Netflix and Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui for the online web series ‘Sacred Games’. Rajiv Sinha has alleged that in this web series, Nawazuddin has used objectionable words against former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.
West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee member Rajiv Sinha has been given a complaint to the Kolkata Police. At the same time, an FIR has been demanded against Nawazuddin and Netflix. On behalf of Sinha, it has been said that not only an indecent remarks made against Rajiv Gandhi but the facts of that period have also been tampered with. In this case, register the police complaint against Siddiqui and Netflix, the producer of this web series.
The web series “Sacred Games” on Netflix is a fictional drama in which the Mumbai of the 80s and 90s has been shown. An attack on Mumbai is going to happened and the information of this attack is given to Don Ganesh Gaitonde (Navajuddin Siddiqui) Inspector Sartaj Singh of Mumbai Police (Saif Ali Khan)
Ganesh has a unique relationship with Saif’s father and so he only chooses Saif to know about this attack. Ganesh warns that Mumbai is going to be destroyed in 25 days and all preparations have been done for this.
Explaining the story behind Sartaj’s assault, Ganesh tells some things of the past, and during this time the mention of Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, the Bofors scandal and the Congress party is mentioned. Regarding the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Ganesh Gaitonde said his opinion that he was not walking on the right track.
Original footage of that time was also used in this web series for this work. Now the Congress has filed its objection on this matter and has accused him of attempting to tamper with facts. In the film, the film has also been targeted on ‘water train’ sent to drought-hit areas in Maharashtra and it may be possible to file objections soon.