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Not just Shah Rukh Khan's Pathaan, here are other films that got mired into controversies before release in 2022

From Ranbir Kapoor's Brahmastra to the Vivek Agnihotri-directed The Kashmir Files, check out the list below.

Not just Shah Rukh Khan's Pathaan, here are other films that got mired into controversies before release in 2022

Deepika Padukone, Shah Rukh Khan in Pathaan

  • Sunidhi Prajapat

Last Updated: 01.03 PM, Dec 19, 2022

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Bollywood films have been seen getting tangled into a lot of controversies lately. Whether It's Ranbir Kapoor's beef row during the Brahmastra release or the multiple controversies that took place with the release of The Kashmir Files. 

Recently the highly anticipated film, Pathaan starring Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone has landed into trouble due to the attire worn by the diva in the song Besharam Rang.

Soon after the release of the song, an FIR was filed against Deepika over her bikini because of its saffron colour.

Meanwhile, here are a few films of 2022 that couldn't save themselves from landing into controversies:

The Kashmir Files (ZEE5)


While a huge crowd in the country including some major politicians applauded filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri for shedding light on the reasons and aftermath of the Kashmir genocide in 1990, a few parts of the country called the Anupam Kher starrer an agenda-based movie creating differences between multiple religions. 

Laal Singh Chaddha (Netflix)

According to a man from Delhi, the Amir Khan starrer disrespected the Indian Army in the film. A complaint was filed for the same on the actor and the production house. A large number of people boycotted the film before its release as well.

Raksha Bandhan (ZEE5)

Akshay Kumar's film didn't do well at the box office due to its bad screenplay and the plot, however, the boycotters of the film claimed that it was making Hinduphobic remarks.

Brahmastra (Disney+ Hotstar)

Ahead of the release of the film an old interview of Ranbir Kapoor surfaced on the internet, where the actor can be seen saying that his family come from Peshwar, Pakistan and a lot of the cuisine from there is his favourite including mutton and beef. The old montage irked a lot of Hindus in the country and prompted a lot of people to boycott Brahmastra.