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NAOMI Campbell's new Bollywood movie has opened to dreadful reviews in India - and Hindus have taken aim at the film.
Campbell's (pictured) first Bollywood venture, Karma, Confessions and Holi, has bombed badly at the box office, with local critics calling the film an "undignified disaster" and an "unholy mess".
And now religious leaders are letting their feelings be known about the movie.
Rajan Zed, president of the Universal Society of Hinduism, tells Wenn: "Hindus have strongly objected to the usage of Hindu terminology in movies and Karma, Confessions and Holi has nothing much to do with karma or Holi.
"Hindus welcome world filmmakers making films about Hindu subjects but taking Hinduism seriously and respectfully and not re-imagining its concepts and symbols just for mercantile greed.
"Holi and karma have definite meaning for devotees and improper usage of such terms is not OK." - Wenn