Netflix Anime Record of Ragnarok controversy: Why is it Banned in India?

Netflix premiered “Record of Ragnarok” on June 17, 2021, and has already set an issue to get its premiere in India. Before it was even released, Netflix Record of Ragnarok controversy started to be the talk of the town as Indian lord shiva is being depicted trivialization of Lord Shiva and other Hindu deities as they’re being portrayed in a way where the world would get a wrong idea of Hindu deities who are unaware of Hindu gods.

Hence, the major reason for the Record of Ragnarok controversy is due to Shiva being portrayed as a destroyer and brutal to humanity, this Netflix Anime series won’t get its release in India.

Written by Shinya Umemura and Takumi Fukui and illustrated by Ajichika, Record of Ragnarok is a Japanese Manga series that takes us through the war between gods and the best of humans as the fate of humanity depends on who wins.

13 gods and 13 men are being selected to fight against each other, if 7 of 13 fights are won by the humans, they get another chance to survive that has gods and superhumans.

The gods include Thor, Zeus, Hermes, Aphrodite, Shiva, etc while it has superhumans like Adam, Lu Bu, Jack the ripper, and Buddha to name a few of the characters. In this fight between the gods and humans, on which side are you?

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