In latest episode of Quantico, Hindu men with Rudraksh who are identified as Indian nationalists are shown planning a Nuclear attack to frame innocent Pakistan and the Chopra's character, a young FBI agent named Alex Parrish stops it .
A recently aired episode of the show, “Quantico,” has angered many Indians. In the episode, which aired on June 1, an MIT professor acquires uranium with which he plans to make a nuclear bomb. Chopra's character, a young FBI agent named Alex Parrish, foils a plot by Indian nationalists to carry out a nuclear attack in Manhattan and frame Pakistanis for it days before a summit on Kashmir — a Himalayan territory that Pakistan claim as its own but belongs to India. Chopra's character thwarts the plot after noticing a Hindu symbol the rudraksha , a chain worn by one of the terrorists.
To many in India, the plot twist implicating Indians in a terrorist act amounts to a betrayal by Chopra.
What the hell was this episode of #Quantico .. they tried to show ‘Indian nationalists’ (their term) trying to blow up Manhattan to frame Pakistan.. I don’t even know what sort of ridiculous narrative was this episode trying to set.. nonsensical stuff..— Aadit Kapadia (@ask0704) June 3, 2018
#Quantico playing India-Pakistan Game and Priyanka Chopra finds a Rudraksh! Seriously home grown things are shown on international level with Indian narratives. This is something which shivers our nerves.— BhavyaRW (@MeBhavya) June 4, 2018
I wonder if "Work VISA" issued by @SushmaSwaraj permits @priyankachopra to spread propaganda narrative via "Quantico" that Indian nationals get involved in planting bombs against a friendly nation US. VISA get cancelled for phony excuses if it's regular people @MEAIndia— Nitish Kumar (@nkumar_) June 4, 2018
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