in

Khesari Lal Yadav booked for allegedly ‘Producing Songs With Obscene Content’

Complaint has been filed against Bhojpuri star and former Bigg Boss 13 contestant Keshari Lal Yadav for producing songs with obscene content and vulgarity towards women. Read on!

Khesari Lal Yadav In trouble

Bhojpuri singer, actor and former Bigg Boss 13 contestant Khesari Lal Yadav has found himself in legal trouble. The bhojpuri actor has been booked under section 292, 294, and 354 of the Indian legal code for allegedly producing songs with obscene content and vulgarity towards women in India.

A criminal case has been registered against the singer by the head of Sanatan Seva Foundation, Shri Surjeet Singh, in Mumbai, Maharashtra.

In his complaint, Surjeet Singh has accused the singer of creating vulgar content and obscene videos with sole intentions to mint money. Giving an example, Singh mentioned his recently released song that is creating a huge buzz online – Chachi Ke Bachi Sawanpanva Mein Aati Hein, and deemed it for showing disrespect towards women in society.

Apart from that, Singh also provided necessary evidence in the form of screenshots and demanded strict action against the former Bigg Boss 13 contestant. Keshari Lal Yadav has been a neighborhood of controversies repeatedly. before this, Yadav was accused of threatening and indecent behaviour by director Rajkumar Pandey in March this year. A case was registered against him after he apparently made abusive remarks on the director.

Khesari Lal Yadav was a part of Bigg Boss 13 but was soon evicted from the show. In an interview with TOI, he said that the format of the show didn’t suit him. Adding that he had a bad experience, he claimed that the show’s format is such humans turn into devil.

IMAGE CREDIT0 KHESARI LAL YADAV/INSTAGRAM

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

BTS MEal chicken nugget

Wait, What? A Chicken Nugget From BTS Meal Sold At ₹72.83 Lakhs

Asha Negi Rithvik Dhanjani

Asha Negi On Break Up With Rithvik Dhanjani: ‘It has been more than a year now, we all should move on’