The film Rong Beronger Kori had, in the past, drawn the ire of Hindu Jagran Manch for having two of its characters named after deities Ram and Sita.
The Hindu Jagaran Manch has mounted protests against the release of the film until certain specific changes are made. Rong Beronger Kori is essentially an anthology film, with four stories connected by the central theme of the different hues (or notions) of money, each story bringing out a distinct colour of money through the changes in relationships among the characters inhabiting them.
In the film, such basic human emotions as love, separation, the need for profit and the fear of loss are shown to colour money in four different ways. In one of these stories, a tribal couple is shown, and the man and the woman are named Ram and Sita respectively.
Allegedly, they have been shown to get a divorce as the story progresses, and this simple fact (or shall we say fiction?) has ruffled the feathers of radical Hindu groups — who have demanded that the film be banned, claiming that it has the propensity to hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus all over the world.