Model makes out with dog in music video
animal Rights activists are up in arms after a model is shown making love to a dog in an upcoming music video
Animal Rights activists are up in arms after a model is shown making love to a dog in an upcoming music video
IT seems semi-naked women strutting their stuff is not enough for music video makers anymore.
LOVE'S BLIND INDEED: In the video, Survi will be seen kissing the dog
all over and making love to it under the sheets
In the song Uai Maa from the album Uai Maa Uai Maa, which will release next month, model Survi Chatterjee will be seen travelling the world in search of a man who can 'satisfy' her. Unsuccessful in her quest, she returns to India and romances Bhojpuri actor Raja Chaudhary but he too fails to give her the pleasure she wants.
Finally, she is seen kissing a dog all over and then making love to it under the sheets.
'Don't do this'
Not surprisingly, the news of the video hasn't gone down well with animal rights activists. Durga Rai, an activist working for Karuna, an NGO working for animal rights, said, "How can they use a dog for such scenes? Just because the dog can't say anything, it does not mean that they do such activities with it. I will see to it that the video is not released."
"If they do not cut such scenes or do any other such video featuring animals, we will file an FIR against them," she added.
Survi, who has been in the news for filing cases of molestation against her boyfriend and a producer, said, "My intention is not to hurt anyone's sentiments. An animal can't speak on its own, but it needs love too. We have shown how much we love animals in our video."
"The theme is about me not finding a good person even after travelling the world. Finally I find a dog that is better than men and love it instead," she added.
The album is produced by P J Films, directed by Ravi Bhatia and Hollywood Joe.
PJ Films' director Harish Jaiswal said, "Our album is all about showing love with animals. A human being can express love, but a dog never can. All the things we have shown are good and if anyone has problems, we are ready to face them."
While the music video will be available on VCD, the producers were unclear about it being aired on television.
My intention is not to hurt Anyone's sentiments. An animal can't speak on its own, but it needs love too. We have shown our love for animals in the video.
-- Survi Chatterjee, Model
Just because the dog can't say anything, it does not mean that they do such activities with it. I will see to it that the video is not released.
-- Durga Rai, Animal rights activist