Animal & Other Hindi Films In 3 Canadian Theatres Attacked By Masked Men Spraying Unknown Substance On The Audience
Animal & Other Hindi Films In 3 Canadian Theatres Attacked By Masked Men Spraying Unknown Substance On The Audience

In a shocking  incident, 3 Canadian theatres attacked screening Hindi films by masked individuals using an ‘irritating substance.’ Keep reading for more details 

Unexpected and concerning events unfolded in Canada, where moviegoers in three different areas near Toronto found themselves evacuated from theaters due to an alarming incident. According to reports from the police and media, 3 Canadian theatres attacked by individuals wearing masks who entered cinemas playing Hindi films. They sprayed an unknown substance into the air, causing disruptions and discomfort for the audience members.

One such distressing incident occurred around 9:20 pm on a Tuesday at a cinema complex in Vaughan, as detailed in a statement by the York Regional Police on Wednesday. Two masked individuals wearing hoods unleashed an ‘unknown, aerosol-based, irritating substance’ in one of the theaters, leading to multiple moviegoers experiencing coughing and discomfort.

The incident adds to a series of controversies surrounding Bollywood films, with reports of disruptions and vandalism during movie releases due to their controversial nature. The latest upheaval is linked to the release of the Hindi film ‘Animal,’ starring Ranbir Kapoor. The film has garnered attention for its alleged portrayal of toxic masculinity, misogyny, and violence. But we are unsure if the reason for what is happening is the toxicity of ‘Animal’ or more political. “we are certainly looking into the possibility that these incidents are linked,” the police said.

This trend of disturbances during movie releases is not new, with previous instances during the releases of ‘Leo’ featuring Thalapathy Vijay, ‘Adipurush’ led by Prabhas, and Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Pathaan.’ Now, the spotlight is on Canada, where three theaters in Toronto faced attacks by masked men during the screening of Hindi movies. The incidents involved the release of an unknown aerosol substance, prompting intervention from the York Regional Police.

These strange events make people worry about the safety of those watching movies. It shows how movies can make people think and feel differently, sometimes leading to problems. The police are looking into what happened, and the movie industry is dealing with the results of movies that cause trouble. This not only affects how people enjoy movies but also how safe they feel.

When asked if the incidents were being investigated as hate-motivated crimes, Sgt. Clint Whitney said the investigation was in its early stages. “There is no obvious indication that this is a hate-motivated crime, but we have notified our Hate Crime Prevention Unit as a precaution, and they will be involved in the investigation,” he said.

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