Sona Mohapatra gets threatened by Madariya Sufi Foundation for her latest single ‘Tori Surat’, here’s how she reacts

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Singer Sona Mohapatra who is known for her various hit songs like Ambarsariya, Bedardi Raja, Lori, Chayee Madhoshiyan etc has been in the news for all the wrong reasons as the singer has been threatened by the Madariya Sufi Foundation to remove her latest song, ‘Tori Surat’, from all platforms.

Singer Sona Mohapatra on Monday posted a series of tweets addressed to Mumbai Police. In the tweets, the singer informed the police about the threats she has been receiving from Madariya Sufi Foundation for her latest single “Tori Surat”. The track is a part of Sona’s latest project called Lal Pari Mastani.

The first tweet reads, “Dear @MumbaiPolice I have received a threatening notice from the Madariya Sufi Foundation to remove my music video Tori Surat from all communication mediums. They claim that the video is vulgar,will flare communal tensions.I need to know whom to write in my response to at ur end.”

 

In another tweet, she wrote,  “The Sufi Madariya foundation has also called me a ‘regular offender’ & says that they find another five-year-old Video of me singing a Sufiana Kalam – Piya Se Naina on coke studio insulting Islam because I’m ‘dressed exposing my body’ & playing westernised music. @MumbaiPolice.”

 

She further wrote, “The Madariya foundation along with the agreement of the Nizamuddin Dargah have an issue with the description of my Tori Surat music video, “earthy incarnations of the feminine Divine” & with “a sleeveless dress and body exposing dancers”. Basically with everything woman & free.”

 

 

Mohapatra also shared her latest song, asking all those who felt offended by the song, “to please go and live in your pre-historic cave”.

Checkout the song here: