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SHAMEFUL! Protests against Sunny Leone in Bengaluru as she is a ‘threat to Kannada culture’

Extremely shocking and shameful reports are coming from Karnataka where government machineries, administration and fundamentalists have decided to stop Bollywood actor Sunny Leone to perform at New Year’s Eve show in Bengaluru. Apparently, adult movie star Leone is viewed as a ‘threat to Kannada culture’.

Sunny Leone

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“I have told the police commissioner not to give permission for Sunny Leone event,” Karnataka Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy has been quoted as saying to Mirror Now channel. “They have taken permission to conduct a programme let them hold cultural activities like music, or Bharatanatyam not this (Sunny’s performance),” he said.

As shown on news channels, the pro-Kannada groups in Karnataka have been protesting against this event called Sunny Night in Bengaluru NYE 2018. Multiple reports of group protests have emerged in the last 48 hours. However, it is rather shocking the government decided to censor an ‘artist’, who has no track record of indecency in any public space.

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“Bringing people like Sunny Leone to Bengaluru will only corrupt the minds of men and women, and lead them to behave inappropriately,” said Harish, one of the protesters, as quoted in the Indian Express.

Earlier this year, thousands of fans gathered on roads to catch a glimpse of Sunny Leone in Kerala. Those pictures have gone viral on the Internet. Maybe, that’s the reason why politicians are suddenly feeling insecure by an actor!

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