Sathya Sai Baba Deceptions Exposed

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Two Sai Baba films to compete against BBC’s ‘The Secret Swami’?

Posted by robertpriddy on February 28, 2013

LATEST NEWS: The announcement was made by the makers of the film Baba Sathya Sai  (Director: Kodi Ramakrishna Actors: Dileep as Sathya Sai Baba“ is shelved:-

“Our readers are aware that Veteran director Kodi Rama Krishna had started a movie on God man Satya Sai Baba after his demise. During that time, some big names cropped for the roles The movie was thought to be made simultaneously in Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam but looks like the movie is now shelved even before going to sets. Kodi had been resting for the last few months after a bypass surgery.

And now it is told that he is going to begin the shooting of a new project titled ‘Rani Ranamma’ starring Lakshmi Rai and Arjun in the lead roles. The movie will also be a graphical extravaganza like his earlier movies Ammoru and Arundathi. The formal muhurath of the movie will take place on April 15th and will be made in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada.”

The other film on Sai Baba that was supposed to have been released on August 15th this year, Sathya Sai Baba with Anup Jalota as Sathya Sai Baba and directed by Vicky Ranawat Sathya Sai Baba, has not surfaced so far. Filming had been underway in Prashanthi Nilayam with Anup Jalota as Sai Baba.

Film 1 Name: Sathya Sai Baba Director: Vicky Ranawat Actors: Anup Jalota as sb  Produced By: A One Creations Music: Anchal Talesra Written: Sachindra Sharma

Film 2  Name: Baba Sathya Sai  Director: Kodi Ramakrishna Actors: Dileep as sb Producer: Karatam Rambabu. Music: Ilayaraja Quotes: “The film will begin shooting right after Guru Purnima 2011”; “We are planning to begin the shoot from January 2013.”

Aiming for the big time, a tasteless godfather story

Aiming for the big time, a godfather story with sex, violence, lies and murders omitted!

Dileep as Sathya Sai Baba

Misbegotten casting of Dileep as Sathya Sai Baba

This other fictional film about Sathya Sai Baba – no doubt pretending to be based on fact – was initiated with a Hindu ritual (inauguration at an auspicious time – most likely including private prayers to Sai Baba for big box office returns?). We can be confident that the film will be just another whitewash propaganda product, spreading the myth of Sai Baba’s Divine Father and Motherhood. It may be popular in rural India, but for the people all over the world who are outside the Sai movement, it will appear as fanciful and mendaciously censored to hide all the abuses and deceptions that have been so fully exposed elsewhere. The two films in pipeline are allegedly based on biographical fact and will compete with one another at the box office. The investors in these monumental misrepresentations of a widely accused pedophile and murder accomplice seem to imagine that Sai Baba still has the fairly unblemished reputation he had in the 1980s, before which few of his deceptions and abuses had been challenged. These Sai Baba devoted films already have a forerunner with which they would like to compete, the BBC’s very revealing documentary ‘The Secret Swami’

It seems that there will be Bollywood-style music, which will be most incongruous compared to the chaste but boring and repetitive bhajans that Sai Baba ‘sang’ in his uninspiring hermaphrodite’s voice (neither he not any Sai bhajan recording ever had a single hit on any known music chart, for reasons obvious to all music lovers).

Sathya Sai Baba claimed he was God the Father (and Mother!) and he came to rule clandestinely over a mini-empire, especially in India and the Indian diaspora. He behaved like a godfather too, but the takings for these films will be like a tiny drop in the ocean of the takings of Mario Puzo’s vastly acclaimed exposure of the Mafia culture in ‘The Godfather’. Like a mafia godfather, Sathya Sai Baba ruled a fiefdom where he let others do any killing that was required (as the Puttaparthi police did for him in 1993), but was himself deeply involved in sexual activities… a fact which no one who looks at the evidence can possibly doubt. But the directors of the films about Sai Baba will drop every account of sexual abuse and murders, fraud and lies, which will make these films totally unsuccessful in the cinema ( again, compare to ‘The Godfather’). It is easy to realise that none of these films will get anything like the world-wide airing of the BBC’s excellent ‘The Secret Swami’, a genuine documentary which put paid to the Sai Baba mythology in the minds of many millions.

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