Ram Kadam / Tandav Ghatkopar / Mumbai / Hindu Gods / Strict

Maharashtra: BJP MLA Ram Kadam lodges a complaint against the makers of web series Tandav at Ghatkopar police station in Mumbai for allegedly insulting Hindu Gods. "Strict against should be taken against the actor, director and producer of the web series," he says.

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