Rajkumar Santoshi, director of Gandhi Godse film, sought protection from police, told threat to his life

Rajkumar Santoshi: Film director Rajkumar Santoshi has threatened his life and demanded protection from the police. For this, he has also written a letter to the Mumbai Police. He said that he is getting threats regarding the film Gandhi Godse in which life is in danger. He has written a letter to CP Deven Bharti of Mumbai Police.

What did the police say?

Gandhi Godse film director Rajkumar Santoshi and producer Lalit Kumar Shyam Tekchandani today met Mumbai Police’s Joint Commissioner Law and Order Satyanarayan Chowdhary and both of them submitted an application to Chowdhary and told that they are facing threat to their lives due to continuous threats. Chaudhary told ABP News that action will be taken according to the need. Chowdhary further said that additional force will be deployed at the places where the film is being shot to ensure that there is no law and order problem.

Rajkumar Santoshi, director of the film ‘Gandhi Godse – Ek Yudh’ writes to Mumbai’s Special CP Deven Bharti seeking additional security for himself and his family after a press conference held by him and his team was interrupted by a group of protestors in Mumbai < a href ="">

— ANI (@ANI) January 23, 2023

Rajkumar Santoshi had to face opposition

Actually, as soon as the trailer of the film ‘Gandhi-Godse Ek Yuddh’ was released, many people are opposing it. Recently, Rajkumar Santoshi held a press conference regarding this film in Mumbai. In this press conference, he had to face opposition from the people. In the middle of the conference, some people raised slogans of ‘Gandhi ji amar rahe’ and also showed a black flag. Rajkumar Santoshi is only someone who speaks on the mike, that some people in the theater shout slogans, ‘Gandhi ji amar rahe.’

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