By SANDRA CHEN | 08 December 2017 02:39:53An atheist blog in India says it will not use a Christian name in its new documentary on religion.
In a video posted on its website on Thursday, atheist blogger Bhartiya Samaj wrote: “The name Bhartiyar was taken for us by the film makers who wanted us to be Hindu but our faith is not Hindu.”
The film, titled ‘Hindu’ in the film industry, is a collaboration between Bollywood film director Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma and journalist Suman Rakhsain.
The film is scheduled to be released on January 22.
Atheist blogger Bhavnish Tiwari tweeted: “Our name is not Christian in the trailer.
We have no problems with the name. “
We will never accept it.
The trailer, which features an interview with a former Hindu leader, shows him stating that the term ‘Hindi’ is an insult to Hinduism.”
The title ‘Hindustan’ in our trailer is the only word we are comfortable with.”
The trailer, which features an interview with a former Hindu leader, shows him stating that the term ‘Hindi’ is an insult to Hinduism.
Tiwari, who is a former minister of the BJP-ruled government of Uttar Pradesh, said the film is intended to create a “hardship atmosphere” and promote the concept of secularism.
“I have no problem with it.
I am not in favour of religion.
I will not be a part of the film,” he said.
Tawdeer Ahmed, the chief executive officer of the Foundation for Secular Education (FSEE), said the trailer was not the first time the name had been used by Hindu groups in film and TV.
“A lot of these films are written by Hindu organisations and they have used a lot of Hindu names,” he told the BBC.
The only way to respect people’s religions is to respect their culture and language. “
It is a shame that a film called Hindu is not more respectful of people’s beliefs.”
The only way to respect people’s religions is to respect their culture and language.
This is why the trailer is very clear and clear in saying that there is no Hindu name in the movie.
“He said this was a “mistake”.”
It is important to note that the Indian film industry does not have any problem with using any religious name in films and television.
That is why it is such a shame when a film is made that is not respectful to people’s faith,” he added.