Recently 'Arrest Sunny Leone' started trending on Twitter on Monday, following the actor's recent music video, sparked outrage, with many believing it offended religious sensibilities. The song provoked widespread indignation among certain segments, prompting the music label that produced it to announce that it will be changed and a new song will replace the previous one.
Saregama label released a statement on December 26, apologizing for hurting the sentiments of the people. Saregama label vowed to change the lyrics and name of the song Madhuban in light of recent feedback and to respect the views of fellow countrymen.
Announcement: 🙏 pic.twitter.com/lOJotcd04p— Saregama (@saregamaglobal) December 26, 2021
According to reports, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra, who has recently been at the forefront of leading accusations against brands that purportedly harm religious emotions, issued a warning to the song's creators and Leone.
Narottam Mishra tweeted, "After the decision of music company #Saregama to change the song #MadhubanMeinRadhika picturized on actress #SunnyLeone ji, the matter has now come to a conclusion. But we will not warn, take direct action on any attempt to hurt the sentiments of Hindu Dharma in future."
अभिनेत्री #SunnyLeone जी पर फिल्माए गए गीत #MadhubanMeinRadhika में बदलाव के म्यूजिक कंपनी #Saregama के निर्णय के बाद अब इस मामले का पटाक्षेप हो चुका है।— Dr Narottam Mishra (@drnarottammisra) December 27, 2021
लेकिन भविष्य में हिंदू धर्म की भावनाओं को आहत करने के किसी भी प्रयास पर हम चेतावनी नहीं देंगे, सीधे कार्रवाई करेंगे। pic.twitter.com/3k4cDQBV6L
Here's the link to that song-