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Ban Netflix Trends Over Navarasa Short Film “Inmai”, Featuring Siddharth

By Binged Binged Bureau - August 6, 2021 @ 5:47 pm

Ban Netflix Trends Over Navarasa Short Film "Inmai", Featuring SiddharthNetflix‘s new anthology show “Navarasa” is hogging all the limelight on social media, ever since it premiered on the platform this afternoon. Netizens have praised the anthology for its nuanced storytelling, with special praise reserved for a few of the short films in the nine-film anthology. However, a major controversy has erupted on Twitter amidst all the praise.

Members of the Muslim community, including the prominent organisation “Raza Academy”, are up in arms against Netflix’s recent advertisement in the widely-read Tamil daily, “Dailythanthi” newspaper. Apparently, the poster for the short film “Inmai”, has used a verse from the Holy Quran on it. As per those protesting against the poster, it is blasphemy to publish any part of the Quran on material that will end up as junk or in the rubbish. As a result of the above, the hashtag “#BanNetflix” is currently trending on Twitter, with people demanding for the poster to be scrapped.

The short film “Inmai” depicts the emotion of fear in the Navarasa anthology. It features actors Siddharth and Parvathy Thiruvothu as leads, and has been directed by Rathindran R. Prasad.

Here’s what most of the tweets on Twitter are about –



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