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Fact Check: Clip From 2018 Film Mohalla Assi Falsely Shared As ‘New Movie’ On Ayodhya Ram Temple


A video clip of a film is being shared on social media with a claim that it is a scene from a new film released recently on the construction of the Ayodhya Ram temple.

The post read, “श्री_राम_मंदिर_अयोध्या_युद्ध_पर_बनी_न्यू_मूवी_एक्श_से_भरपूर #Ram #ayodhyarammandirnirman #ayodhya #sannydeol #flowers

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NewsMobile fact-checked the found the claim to be false. 

They extracted the keyframes of the video and put them through Reverse Image Search. We found the viral video is a clip from a movie called Mohalla Assi. 

Upon carefully examining the movie that was available on YouTube, we found that the video can be found at the 41:14 time code.

We searched with the help of keywords and found that this film was released on 16 November 2018The film is based on Kashinath Singh’s 2004 Hindi novel ‘Kashi Ka Assi’. 

As per IMDB, the Mohalla Assi is a religious satire based on the commercialization of the pilgrimage city Banaras, and fake gurus who lure visitors and tourists. Assi Ghat is a burning ghat on the river banks of the Ganges flowing into the middle of Banaras, India.

Thus, we can conclude that the video clip is being with a false claim.

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