‘God Sex and Truth’ director Ram Gopal Varma booked for obscenity in the film

Ram Gopal Varma’s controversial movie God, Sex and Truth with American porn star Mia Malkova has released on the Internet on Friday. The film has created a lot of controversy.

Few days ago, a group of women in Vishakhapatnam burnt an effigy of the filmmaker and called for a ban on the film.

And now, a day before the release of his controversial film Hyderabad police booked filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma for obscenity on a complaint by a social activist.

A case under section 67 of the Information Technology Act, 2000 was booked against him for publishing or transmitting obscene material in electronic form.

On the complaint by activist Devi and others, Central Crime Station (CCS) registered a case. A police officer said the complainant cited some photographs allegedly posted by Varma on social media. One of these photographs is obscene.

The filmmaker was also booked under sections 506 and 509 of Indian Penal Code for allegedly making personal comments against her and others opposing the movie. He has been charged with insulting the modesty of woman.

Police said they would take legal opinion and conduct investigations before taking further action in the case.