Writer Surendra Mohan Pathak objected to a scene from Mirzapur 2. He also warned to take legal action in this regard.
- Latest version:October 29, 2020, 7:28 pm IST
Hindi crime novel writer Surendra Mohan Pathak, Amazon Prime’s web series’Mirzapur dHe warned to take legal action against the producers. He has given this warning to show his novel in a ‘spotless’ ‘absolutely obscene’ way. In a letter published on October 27, the author alleged that in the third episode of the second season, actor Kulbhushan Kharbanda (who played Satyananda Tripathi in the series) was reading the reader’s novel “Davva”, but the voice-over was written in the novel. There is nothing to do
Surendra Mohan Pathak claimed in a letter shared on Twitter, “The character who was shown in the series while reading ‘Blot’ has no connection with the original text. ‘ He writes, ‘On the contrary, what is being read is quite obscene, although the author cannot think of writing it, but in the process it has been seen that it has been read from my novel‘ Davva ’which is a misrepresentation. ‘
The reader complains that such misrepresentation is ‘an attempt to tarnish my image for more than five decades’. He said the writers called him and promised that the voice-over would be removed from the show. The makers of Excel Entertainment could not be reached for comment.