Jodha - Akbar Release In Trouble After Complaint

Second complaint within a week’s lag, has brought Ashutosh Gowarikar’s Akbar Jodha in trouble yet again. Reportedly, the use of animals on a large scale in this period flick has angered the animal rights activists. A Haryana-based Animal rights activists group called People for animals (PFA) has filed a police complaint and a public suit against the entire crew of Akbar Jodha at Jaipur.

“We filed a complaint Nov 18 in Amber police station as there have been cases of cruelty on animals during the shooting of the film,” said PFA chairperson Naresh Kumar Kadiyan.

PFA states that the movie uses over 80 elephants, 100 horses and 55 camels for the shooting, without the proper care or any medical facilities for them.

Earlier, the movie was into controversy, facing angry protests of a Rajput community of Rajasthan over some historical facts portrayed in the movie.

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