#BoycottErosNow trends after pervy Navratri posts; when naughty turns raunchy

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Published on October 22, 2020 - Duration: 08:49s

#BoycottErosNow trends after pervy Navratri posts; when naughty turns raunchy

Eros Now has stirred a massive controversy with raunchy social media posts around the Hindu festival of Navratri.

The posts, which have now been taken down, have created a massive furore on social media with #BoycottErosNow becoming one of the top Twitter trends.

Eros Now has now issued an apology and said that they did not intend to hurt anyoneโ€™s emotions.

This comes close on the heels of Tanishq pulling down one of its advertisements after it faced anger on social media.

In Focus today, Dilip Cherian, Prahlad Kakkar & Kaveree Bamzai speak on the issue of creative freedom and the line between witty & outright offensive.

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