Papu Pom Pom Clarifies On Controversial Film Poster

Bhubaneswar: The Ollywood actor Papu Pom Pom gave clarification by releasing a video over the controversial film poster of 'Mr Kanheya'.

"The poster was not my concept.The movie was shot in a college and someone might have clicked a photograph of a particular scene. My image has been morphed on the poster," alleged  Papu.

Reacting to the issue, Bhubaneswar DCP Anup Sahoo said that  a case was  registered in this connection. Notice would be served to the production house. Investigation is underway .

Social activist Linkan Subudhi has lodged a complaint at Mahila PS here demanding action against the actor, producer and director of the movie.

Meanwhile, the production house has also issued a statement over the controversy. "We came to know that a viral post in social media is misleading everyone regarding our upcoming movie Mr. Kanheiya. We hereby clarify that the post has not been published or issued by us. The viral image has not connected to the content of our movie.

In the poster, actor papu is seen holding multiple girls on a leash. Social media users have strongly criticized and condemned the poster as well as the production house. It has sparked a debate in ollywood. 

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