Court complaint against ‘Dum Maro Dum’ song

Jaipur: The latest buzz in the film industry of tinsel is about the complaint filed against the producers of Dum Maaro Dum and the beautiful actress Deepika Padukone. The complaint was filed in a court in Jodhpur city and the reason for this was the alleged obscene and indecent item number from the Hindi movie production.

Apparently, the names of the producer – Ramesh Sippy, the director – Rohan Sippy, as well as the name of the music director – Pritam Chakraborty were mentioned in the complained. The one who filed this complaint is apparently a man named Mukesh Kumar who lives in Pal Road in Jodhpur. From what we have been able to find out it seems that Kumar filed the complaint in question this Wednesday in the metropolitan magistrate’s court.

According to our sources, Mukesh Kumar made the decision to open a law suit against the item number Dum Maaro Dum as he felt very hurt in his religious believes when he saw the movie production. The thing that bothered him so much was the fact that in the song in question were mention several Hindu details. According to Kumar, the court will record his statement regarding this issue on the 6th of June.

As you may know by now, the song Dum Maaro Dum is a crime thriller which stars many Bollywood celebrities such as the icon of tinsel town Abhishek Bachchan but also several other super star such as Bipasha Basu, Rana Daggubati and Proteik Babbar. The beautiful actress Deepika Padukone has also appeared in an song number in the film production, which was released on floors on the 11th of April.

Kumar is not the only one to have a problem with this particular flick. Prior to this complaint, Goa also presented a few issues with the movie in question. Apparently Dev Anand was upset with the title of the item number.