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South fans furious over Salman Khan dancing with dhoti in Yentamma song

Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan

Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan: South fans raging on Salman Khan dancing with dhoti in the song 'Yentamma', said - 'Culture is an insult' Tweets of fans started coming on Twitter

Salman Khan's much-awaited movie 'Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan' is going to release in theaters soon. Fans are eagerly waiting for the trailer of the film at 6 pm today. At the same time, the songs of the film have increased the excitement among the audience even more. But the fans are expressing displeasure over the recently released song Yentamma.

Actually, Salman Khan can be seen in the traditional Telugu attire in the song Yentamma. He is wearing an off-white colored vest (South Indian dhoti) with a yellow shirt. In the song, he is seen dancing with superstars Venkatesh and Ram Charan. In the song, a step has been kept by lifting the veshti. Seeing this step, some fans got angry. He is calling it obscene, derogatory, and lewd. He says that a step was kept in the song by lifting the Veshti and why Veshti is being considered a lungi in Bollywood.

There was a ruckus in the movie "Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan", the trailer will come today, but even before that the fans got angry.

Not only some users but well-known Tamil Critic Prashanth Rangaswamy and former cricketer Laxman Sivaramakrishnan have also tweeted about it. He has said that South Indian culture is being insulted in this film. So much so that the former cricketer has even raised the demand for action on this. In another tweet, he demanded CBFC take action against the makers of the film. Also objected to the actors dancing and wearing shoes in the temple.

At the same time, Critic Prashant wrote in his tweet- "What is this step? These people are calling Veshti a lungi. Then putting their hand in it, they are doing a strange dance move which is absolutely useless." After all these tweets, many users on Twitter are objecting to the step.