A team of senior Brahmin priest has defended Mohan Babu by saying that there is nothing in his movie Dhenikaina Ready that insults the community, but that is not the end of the rift between the producer and the Brahmin associations over the derogatory representation. Now, the Andhra Pradesh Government has intervened in the controversy and formed a special committee to review this flick.
Reports suggest that on Wednesday, the AP Government has appointed a special committee to review film Dhenikaina Ready. Raymond Peter the principal secretary for Social Welfare has been appointed as the chairman of the committee, while Chandravadan, the commissioner of Information and Public Relations, will be the secretary of the committee.
The government is reportedly still in the process of selecting other members in this special review committee and is expected to announce the list soon. Thammareddy Bharadwaj, the president of AP Film Chamber of Commerce Committee, will also be one among the committee. This committee will reportedly watch the film and suggest changes if it finds anything derogatory against Brahmins.
However, the controversy broke out just a day after Dhenikaina Ready hit the screens. A few Brahmin associations protested against its screening. Manchu Vishnu, the hero of the movie knocked the door of Human Rights commission for justice, when an association attacked his house, but the commission could not resolve the case. Now reports suggest that the special committee is likely to watch it today (Thursday) and put an end to this row.