'Obscene Dance': Mathura Priest Call For Ban On Sunny Leone's 'Madhuban Mein Radhika Nache'
Priests from Mathura UP demanded a ban on the latest video song sung by Kanika Kapoor titled ‘Madhuban Mein Radhika Nache’ featuring Sunny Leone.
NEW DELHI: The latest video album song of Sunny Leone 'Madhuban Mein Radhika Nache' was released on Wednesday 22 December by Saregama Music.
Soon after its release, the music video has been receiving much attention from viewers.
On the other hand, a number of Priests from Mathura of Uttar Pradesh also came across the music video who claims that the dance performed by Bollywood actress Sunny Leone with the song is derogatory as the performance is not acceptable with such a song of religious importance.
The Priests from Mathura demanded a ban on the music video starring Sunny Leone for performing absence dance on the iconic song 'Madhuban Mein Radhika Nache.'
They accused Sunny Leone of hurting the religious sentiments by delivering the music video with dance moves that are regarded by them as obscene.
The party number song featuring Sunny Leone has been sung by popular singers Arindam Chakraborty and Kanika Kapoor. The song 'Madhuban Mein Radhika Nache' was originally sung by Mohammed Rafi in the film Kohinoor released in the year 1960.
According to reports, Sant Naval Giri Maharaj, a priest from Vrindaban stated that if the government doesn't take any action against the actress Sunny Leone and doesn't put a ban on the music video, the priests will go to court for seeking actions against the matter.
The priest claims that unless and until the actress tenders a public apology and withdraws the scenes of sensual dance moves she shouldn't be allowed to stay in the country.
Mahesh Pathak, the National President of Akhil Bharatiya Tirth Purohit Mahasabha has also raised his voice on the matter the actress has defamed the prestige and reputation of Brijbhumi by performing her dance in a derogatory manner on such an emblematic song. Brijbhumi is a region in India on both sides of the holy River Yamuna with its main hub at Mathura-Vrindavan located in the state of Uttar Pradesh.