Ronit reveals what Salman said about before changing 'Loveratri' title
Salman Khan's upcoming production 'Loveratri' is back in the headlines, and this time for a change in its title. The title, which instigated a controversy, has now been changed to 'Loveyatri'. Now, Ronit Roy, a cast member, has revealed what Salman said before changing the name. He said Salman always believed in making clean family movies, and this movie is just that.
Not a spelling mistake: Salman Khan announces title change
Salman always makes clean family films, says Ronit
Ronit revealed that change in title has happened due to 'external influences'. Further, he added, "A rose by any other name is still a rose! No one can take away its fragrance." Ronit quoted what Salman had told him one night, "I will always make clean family films like the ones we used to love going to the theaters to watch".
Ronit Roy is all praises for Salman
So now #Loveratri is #Loveyatri due to external influences. This doesn’t at all take away from what @BeingSalmanKhan told me the other night and I quote “I will always make clean family films like the ones we used to love going to the theatres to watch” So go. Watch PURE LOVE!— Ronit Bose Roy (@RonitBoseRoy) September 18, 2018
Backstory: Salman accused of hurting religious sentiments
For the uninitiated, the title of 'Loveratri' was changed after the team was accused of hurting Hindu sentiments and denigrating the festival of 'Navratri'. While VHP had demanded a change in the title, things took a nasty turn when a Muzaffarpur court ordered to file an FIR against Salman and seven others, who were related to the movie.
It isn't demeaning any culture: Salman
Addressing the allegations during Bigg Boss 12 launch, Salman stated the movie doesn't demean any culture. "Some people have some problem with the title of the film. We are making the film with Navratri in the backdrop. We don't need any publicity like that. Once the film is released those people will know there is nothing," he added. But the title was changed, nevertheless.