NEW DELHI: Streaming platform Amazon Prime Video on Tuesday apologised ‘unconditionally’ for its present ‘Tandav’ and stated it has already eliminated scenes discovered objectionable by viewers.
The political saga, starring Saif Ali Khan and Mohd Zeeshan Ayyub, attracted large controversy for a scene depicting a university theatrical programme, resulting in allegations that the present damage spiritual sentiments and a number of FIRs.
“Amazon Prime Video once more deeply regrets that viewers thought of sure scenes to be objectionable within the not too long ago launched fictional collection ”Tandav”. This was by no means our intention, and the scenes that have been objected to have been eliminated or edited after they have been delivered to our consideration,” Amazon Prime stated in a press release.
“We respect our viewers” various beliefs and apologise unconditionally to anybody who felt damage by these scenes. Our groups comply with firm content material analysis processes, which we acknowledge have to be always up to date to raised serve our audiences,” the corporate added.
The streamer stated it can proceed to develop entertaining content material with companions whereas “complying with the legal guidelines of India and respecting the range of tradition and beliefs of our audiences”.
The forged and the crew of the Ali Abbas Zafar-directed collection apologised twice. Ultimately, the group determined to chop the objectionable parts. PTI