It is said that a forthcoming Telugu short film entitled 'Brahmana Ammayi and Nawabula Abbayi' is damaging the feelings of the people of the Brahmin community.
And as the title suggests, it is a story about an interreligious issue, which was previously portrayed by eminent writers such as Chalam.
And as the short film progressed on YouTube and began to have a trend in the Top 50, members of the Brahmin community complained that the title would encourage 'Love Jihad'.
They demanded that the government ban the advancement of the film and also asked that an action be taken against the director of the film, Farooq Roy.
Surprisingly, the Brahmin community delegation met with the Telangana Minister, Talasani Srinivas Yadav, with the Regional Board of Film Censorship and also with the Police DGP to take action on this film and its creators.
But, in fact, a look at the trailer shows that there is no objectionable content inside, say netizens.
However, film experts feel that there was never any objection to any love story between Hindus and Muslims such as "Bombay" and "PK", but bringing a particular caste to the play creates unwanted disturbances.
While Anirudh plays the role of a Muslim boy, Simran Choudhary is seen as the Brahmin girl.