Dum Maro Dum In Trouble

Goa government has decided to approach the Bombay High Court, seeking a ban on Bollywood film director Rohan Sippy's new film Maro Dum Dum in a bad way in the state.

Interact with the media during zero hour, "said Tourism Minister Nilkanth Halarnkar said that both the Chief Minister Digambar Kamat, and had taken the matter seriously.

"We are concerned that Goa may be poorly predictable in the film. For the tourism industry and the government have worked hard to build the reputation of Goa, what it is today. We're going to miss. The Prime Minister and I will take issue with The Sippy, "he said.

The minister also said the tourism industry was concerned about the type of tourists attracted by Goa if the movie was released. Earlier, former Tourism Minister Francisco Pacheco, alias Mickky, while raising questions in the Assembly, said Rohan Sippy directed Goa film is shown in a bad light.

"The government should intervene and ensure that the image of Goa as a place of crime, sex and drugs do not go to ground through the film. Dum Maro Dum goes wrong tooth image of Goa. Our tourist season be very concerned because the film. I go to the Supreme Court next week seeking a ban on the movie, "said Pacheco. Dum Maro Dum is all set to launch April 22.


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