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Pathan Controversy: Who designed Deepika Padukone's Besharam Rang saffron bikini?

#BoycottBollywood #BoycottBollywoodMovies #BoycottbollywoodCompletely #BoycottBollywoodMafia #BoycottbollywoodForever | The debate surrounds Deepika Padukone's saffron bikini in "Besharam Rang" However, who designed this?

The designer of the bikini worn by Deepika Padukone in the song "Besharam Rang" has been unveiled.

The movie "Pathan," starring Deepika Padukone and Shahrukh Khan, has been involved in controversy even before it has been released. It has been said that the song "Besharam Rang" used in the movie offended the religious sensibilities of Hindus. In addition, a demonstration against the song "Besharam Rang" was staged in the city of Indore, which is located in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The Home Minister of Madhya Pradesh took issue with the hue of the garments that actress Deepika Padukone wore in the music video since it violated the state's dress code.

In the city of Indore in the state of Madhya Pradesh, there was a demonstration against the song "Besharam Rang" that would be included in the forthcoming film "Pathan." The demonstration took place after the state's Home Minister Narottam Mishra published a statement addressing the ban on Shah Rukh Khan's film "Pathan," in which he brought up the subject of "obscene scenes" and the usage of saffron-colored clothing.

During a demonstration, a group known as Veer Shivaji set fire to the effigies of the actors and actresses Deepika Padukone and Shah Rukh Khan. The information on this has been provided by the news agency known as PTI. The demonstrators insisted that the movie ought to be outlawed. The movie is scheduled to be released sometime in the month of January. These campaigners have said that the song "Besharam Rang" is offensive to the religious beliefs of Hindus and that it has damaged their feelings.

A short while ago, the first track from the soundtrack of the film Pathan was made available. This song is quickly turning into a point of contention, and the Home Minister of Madhya Pradesh has taken issue with the hue of the garments that actress Deepika Padukone wears in the music video for the song.

Taking Shahrukh's name was one of the demands made by the state's interior minister, who also insisted that "these faults should be remedied." According to the state's minister of public safety, there are parts of the song that do not comply with social norms. Mishra further said that the state administration would contemplate whether or not to allow the film's distribution inside the state.

In addition, the Home Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Narottam Mishra, has taken issue with the song lyrics and the color of Deepika's bikini in the film. "The movie 'Pathan' is filled with inaccuracies and it promotes an unhealthy mentality. The creators of the song "Besharam Rang" are going to need to alter both the song's lyrics and the saffron and green clothing that are featured in the video. In such case, we will deliberate on whether or not to let the movie be shown in the state of Madhya Pradesh "said Narottam Mishra, the Minister of the Home Ministry.

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Home Minister Mishra has requested that many of the portions that were filmed on Deepika be reshot. He has also issued a warning that if this is not completed, the movie would not be distributed in the state that he hails from.

It has now come to light who was responsible for designing the bikini that Deepika wore in this song. Shaleen Nathani, Deepika's stylist, was the one who came up with the idea for the bikini top that she wore for the song "Besharam Rang." In the world of art, Shaleen Nathani is a well-known and respected figure.

Shaleen plays a role in transforming the appearance of seasoned performers into new personas. The same thing happened when she was with Shah Rukh and Deepika. According to 'eTimes,' Shaleen is experiencing a great deal of joy with the release of the song 'Besharam Rang. According to Shaleen, Deepika's goal with this song was to come out as fully unrepentant. Siddharth Anand informed that the song needs to have the "hatake" suffix since it is associated with the plot of the movie.

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"The creators of the film intended to surprise the audience by giving Deepika and Shahrukh a look that they had never seen before. Because of this, I was under the impression that the color of the garments he wore in this song should also be incorrect. I have no doubt that Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone were fans of this song. Shaleen is content despite the fact that there is a debate going on right now over the outfits that Deepika wore in a song from the movie.

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