Wednesday, November 9, 2016

POSTERS OF BOLLYWOOD THAT DIDN'T LOOK GOOD

#ControversialPosters #VulgarPosters #MoviePosters #IshqJunoon #PosterDesigns #Vulgarity #ProducerAnujSharma #DirectorSanjaySharma 

BOLLYWOOD POSTERS THAT WERE MIRED IN CONTROVERSY...

NEW POSTER THAT IS UNDER ATTCK BEING BURNT BY SHIV SAINIKS
Shiv Sainiks took strong objections to a new film billed as first ever threesome movie, Ishq Junoon's posters to such an extent that they went ahead in anger to burn its posters and even lodged complaint against the producers. People had experienced such controversies in the past well. There have been scores of films from Bollywood like RAM TERI GANGA MAILI, PK, DUNNO Y, JISM-2, DIRTY POLITICS etc. that had witnessed such incidents post and prior to their releases that had supposedly vulgar and outrageous contents in their posters' designs and films. Sometimes controversies bring in lots of money at the box office. Let's wait and watch what happens to this film after release.



JISM-2 OBJECTIONABLE POSTER


Bollywood's new movie that is under assault by Political Party, Shiv Sena, has been produced by Anuj Sharma and directed by his younger brother, Sanjay Sharma. The director's earlier film, Dunno Y was also attacked at the time of its release due to its objectionable contents.

Meanwhile, the said film's director Sanjay Sharma reacted to his new film's controversial eruption justifying his posters. “My film Ishq Junoon is based on a new and bold theme that has not been explored by others and that is what is being conveyed to the targeted audience through the posters of my film. And what one sees in the posters are the integral part of my film which has been duly approved by the censor authorities of this country. I don’t think people should resort to such unlawful moral policing to attain political mileage out of this. This is what I feel about the entire episode that has erupted against the poster of my film.”

The polemic flick, ISHQ JUNOON is slated to release tomorrow in theaters on November 11.

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