Vijay Deverakonda Ananya Pandays Liger Song Aafat Faces Social Media Heat Over Rape Scene Dialogue
Vijay Deverakonda, Ananya Panday’s Liger Song ‘Aafat’ Faces Social Media Heat Over ‘Rape Scene’ Dialogue
'Liger,' starring Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday, will hit theatres on August 25. A line in the song has not gone down well with listeners, with many objecting to the song reportedly casually referencing a 'rape dialogue.'
'Liger,' starring Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday, will hit theatres on August 25. 'Liger,' the South superstar's Hindi debut, has made ripples on social media, with its lead couple out and about for the film's marketing.
The creators of 'Liger' have recently released its first music, 'Aafat,' which features Vijay Deverakonda and Ananya Panday. The upbeat song, written by Rashmi Virag and composed by Tanishq Bagchi, has gone viral on the internet. However, despite its success, the song has received widespread condemnation from the public.
The music 'Aafat,' the first song published by the 'Liger' creators, has been criticised for incorporating lines from a 'rape scenario' into the song. The line 'Bhagwaan ke liye muje chod do', which has made its way into the song, has not gone down well with listeners, with many objecting to the song reportedly casually referencing a 'rape dialogue.'
One Reddit user attacked the music, writing, "Aafat's song uses rape scene speech from classic movies for... aesthetics? Idk.". Another person then commented on the'misogyny in both sectors,' writing, "Disgusting, but what else can you expect from a marriage between a sexist business and a very misogynist industry?" "Who in their right mind thought it would be good to include rap speech into a current song? Pathetic, "another user said
'Aafat' has been released in several languages, including Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Tamil. The speech in Hindi has stayed consistent across all languages. Zahrah S Khan and Tanishq Bagchi performed the original Hindi music.