Cinemas in India goes through under pressure over homophobia movie


The motion picture “Aligarh” tells about a true anecdote about a college teacher Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras suspended from his post after a TV news group taped him engaging in sexual relations with a rickshaw puller.

The motion picture is as of now opened since a week ago. What’s more, big screens in the north Indian city of Aligarh were under mounting weight yesterday to quit screening a motion picture set in the city that shows homophobia.

The city’s cinemas themselves couldn’t be reached for input on Sunday. Be that as it may, the Indian Express daily paper said those at first running it had now cancelled the screenings.