First Look with Tongues in Poster Slammed to Grave

Mental-Hai-KyaThe first look of Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao’s Mental Hai Kya where the duo was seen balancing a blade on the tips of their tongues on their side. Well, that poster was a little disturbing to watch giving a weird feeling of course (who would take a sharp blade on the tongue!). But, it is not just the regular audience who were disturbed, the poster invited a new level controversy.

Directed by Telugu famous director Raghavendra Rao’s son Prakash Kovelamudi, the Mental Hai Kya is slated to release on 21 June and the Indian Psychiatric Society raised serious objections on the title of the film that puts a negative light on the actual patients suffering from mental illness.

They even wrote a letter objecting the title to the CBFC asking the filmmakers to change the same as it violates most parts of the Mental Health Act 2017. Looks like the controversial queen Kangana drew the attention of the dispute again. Well, there is no news from the makers yet on the complaint. Let’s see.

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