Tandav director asked to appear before Lucknow Police, crucial hearing in Supreme Court tomorrow

Ali Abbas Zafar, the director of web series ‘Tandav’ has been approached to show up prior to researching official in Lucknow on Wednesday. A group of Uttar Pradesh Police, which had visited Mumbai to lead a test into the body of evidence stopped against ‘Tandav’ had served a notification to Zafar requesting that he come to Lucknow

‘Tandav’ arrived in controversy for purportedly harming religious sentiments and unseemly portrayal of UP Police faculty. In any event three FIRs have been stopped in Facing the producers and specialists of the web series. The FIRs have been enlisted in Lucknow, More prominent Noida and Shahjahanpur.

The four have been reserved in Lucknow under sections 153 A (advancing hatred between various gatherings on grounds of religion, race, etc), 295 (harming or debasing spot of love with expectation to affront the religion of any class), 501 (1)(B) (public underhandedness with plan to cause dread or alert) of the IPC and under significant sections of the Data Innovation Act.

‘Tandav’, a nine-scene political spine chiller, begun spilling on Amazon Prime on January 15. The web series stars Saif Ali Khan, Dimple Kapadia and Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub among others.

Then, the High Court is planned to hear a bunch of petitions on Wednesday looking for subduing of criminal protests stopped in different states against creators and craftsmen of ‘Tandav’.

Other than Zafar, Amazon Prime India head Aparna Purohit, maker Himanshu Mehra, the show’s essayist Gaurav Solanki and actor Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub have documented three separate petitions against the enrollment of FIRs in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Maharashtra.

A seat containing judges Ashok Bhushan, R Subhash Reddy and M R Shah would hear the petitions against the FIRs.