Kshatriya body slams “Prithviraj” makers, demand for “change of title”.

Akhil Bhartiya Kshatriya has demanded to change the name of the movie “Prithviraj” and claimed that it is an insult to a great ruler by not calling him by his full name.

Kshatriya body slams "Prithviraj" makers, demand for "change of title".

Kshatriya longed for the demand of changing the movie’s title name as soon as possible and he also stated that the script should be approved by the seniors who represents Kshatriya samaj and he also asked for the screening of the film to be done before RELEASING AND distorted facts must be removed.

It is noted that the director of the film is Chandra Prakash Dwivedi is known for his television series, Chanakya. he is on the precipice of making a historical film which is named “Prithviraj” that will be starring Akshay Kumar in the titular role. Chandra Prakash stated that his upcoming movie is based on the epic poem “Prithviraj Raso”.

Prithviraj Chauhan or rai plethora is known for his gallantness and was considered the brave Indian king, who stood up against the Muslim Rulers. Shantanu Chauhan, youth wing gaffer of the association stated “ The insult of the brave and the mighty emperor Prithviraj Chauhan Ji, who ensured the country and Hinduism, is an insult to an Indian. The title of Yash Raj delivered movie “Prithviraj” coordinated by Chandra Prakash is an offence to the Hindu head. it is totally offensive to not address the mighty king and the gallant child of India by his complete name.

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