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In a society filled with instant news where anyone with an internet connection can publish an opinion, freedom of creation faces a ‘neo- normal’ censorship. The recent demise of ‘The Feluda’ has possibly acted as a catalyst in the creation of a bonfire of criticism which soon spread in the forest.
The controversy over Feluda’s story began with the recent release of the trailer for the first season of Srijit Mukherjee’s web series, ‘Feluda Ferot’. In the trailer of ‘Chhinna mastar Abhishap’, the credit card displayed “written and directed by Srijit Mukherjee”. Immediately after release, it faced a strong resistance by the Feluda Fans on social media. A part of the netizens stimulated a protest against the writing on the card by claiming that the story is originally written by Satyajit Ray. The trailer however also mentioned “Based on a story by Satyajit Ray” which was possibly ignored consciously.
The synonymous duo– controversy and Srijit has remained consistent in the OTT platform as well. The potential whirlpool was set out by the immediate change in the writing within a day. The new credit line says, “Screenplay, Dialogue & Direction by Srijit Mukherjee”.
With following memes and comments the cybernauts see it as their victory of retaining the purity of the larger than life creation. They also call it a publicity stunt by the director and the promoters to hype up the viewership of the series. As much as the creative heads considered the online platform as a space of experimentation, the new form of censorship has created an interesting curve.
Hence we’ve re-uploaded the trailer of #FeludaPherot to avoid unnecessary & ignorance-fuelled confusion. Enjoy!” Another round of controversy was sprouting but the post was removed from the Facebook page shortly after but like the bullets from Feluda’s colt, the comment in the cloud cannot be returned.