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The controversy surrounding The Family Man 2 season 2, which has been eagerly awaited by audiences for the past year, has become a hot topic in the media and among fans. The Tamil Nadu government’s letter to Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar seeking a ban on the web series has become highly controversial, accusing it of undermining decades of Tamil culture, sentiments and struggle for a separate nation.

The Family Man 2 controversy did not hurt the sentiments of the Tamil people. Wait until this series is released. Only then will the real thing be known. Director Raj and DK explained that the myths will be dispelled.

However, Manoj Bajpayee, who appears in the role of Srikanth Tiwari, the most pivotal character in The Family Man series, has commented on the controversy in a recent interview with Bollywood media.

Manoj Bajpayee given clarity on The Family Man Season 2 controversy

Most of those who worked for The Family Man 2 season were Tamils. Samantha, Priyamani and writer Suman are all Tamils. Directors Raj & DK and the other leading team also know the sentiments and aspirations of the Tamil people. Recognizing the Tamil culture and their sentiments, the show has created content without any controversy.

Everyone will be proud of this show after the release of The Family Man 2. After that respect for Tamil culture and sentiments will increase. Manoj Boypey said he was very proud to be a part of this show. The critically acclaimed show is set to release on June 4 on Amazon Prime Video.

English summary

The Family Man 2 directors Raj and DK reaction on Tamil Govt’s Ban demand. Earlier, Tamil Government writes to Modi Government to Ban on Samantha Akkineni’s The Family Man 2 in OTT, Amazon Prime. In this occassion, Manoj Bajpayee given clarity on The Family Man Season 2 controversy




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