Tejasswi Prakash Wayagankar and Afaan Khan's controversial show, Pehredaar Piya Ki has been in the news since a while now. The show is about a 8 year old prince, who gets married to a 18 year old girl. While this should not be a problem for anyone, people have slammed the show for some absurd scenes. In fact, an apparent suhag raat scene got a lot of backlash. With reports of an upcoming honeymoon sequence emerging, several people have filed petitions against the show at the Broadcasting Content Complaints Council (BCCC), seeking a permanent ban on Pehredaar Piya Ki. In fact, I&B minister Smriti Irani has also written to the BCCC to take a swift decision. However, the producers of the show - Shashi and Sumeet Mittal are not worried. In fact, they are confident that once BCCC sees all the episodes, they will realise that there is nothing objectionable about the show. They even vow not to change the plot of the show, while requesting BCCC to give them a chance to clear their take.
While talking to the media at a press conference today, Shashi mentioned, "We will not change the plotline of the show. We will clear our take in front of the BCCC." Co-producer and husband, Sumeet also added, "Will ask BCCC to watch all the episodes and will abide by what they decide. Let them see the content. We will decide as things come. The channel is confident about the content and they know nothing is objectionable about it." (ALSO READ - Pehredaar Piya Ki controversy: There is NO Honeymoon sequence between Diya and Ratan, claims producer Shashi Mittal)
Apart from this, the makers even clarified how the reported Honeymoon sequence is not there in the show and these are all rumours. Anyway, what do you guys have to say about the show? Share with us your thoughts in the comments section below! Also, stay tuned to BollywoodLife as we get you all the latest details about the controversy surronding Pehredaar Piya Ki right here...
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