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PMO sends notice to Bajrangi Bhaijan for not including Modi in 'Selfie le le re' song

16, Jun 2015 By sameer mahawar

New Delhi. While the bhai fans are thumping on the song ‘Selfie le le re’, the Notices department of PMO, which is the most active one, proves its metal once again by smashing legal notice on the face of director of the movie Bajrangi Bhaijan.

Not only they have sent the notice to director, but also the music director, lyricist and Sallu bhai were served with red hot notice.

Bajrangi Bhaijan
The now controversial song

The notice readss: “You all know very well the fact that our PM is a selfie-icon of our selfie crazy country. He owns a copyright on his name for taking selfies. Every Indian citizen needs to take prior permission before opening his front camera and click any selfie. You guys have violated the provisions of copyright act as you haven’t took Modiji’s approval and have shooted the whole selfie song without picturising our PM even once in it. There are very less places in world where he hasn’t taken any selfie and you guys are trying to make ‘Bollywood’ one amongst them. He deserved a special appearance. Either give him a guest appearance or get ready for imprisonment.”

The last statement gave a good laugh to Sallu bhai and his fans. Sooner they started trending #Iss_baar_Bhai_ko_milegi_Jail_se_pehle_Bail #Bhai Roxx on Twitter.

The officials of PMO said that while they were happy that the song was a ‘Make in India’ thing, they don’t like people who behave like Dabangg, whether he’s an IAS officer wearing gladiators or Sallu bhai himself.

PM has tweeted, “Mitron, mujhe bachpan se hi selfie lene ka shaunk tha. Meri party wale bas mere shaunk pure kar rhe hain, aur kuch nahi”.

Meanwhile Sangh Karyakartas are upset with some other reason. They are opposing why a Khan is given the role of ‘Bajrangi’ when Hindustan has super talented Arjun Rampal, with the name of God imbibed in his surname