Trinaa Prasad | Updated on: 14 February 2017, 1:28 IST
Is there anything that doesn't offend us anymore? Also do we want the entire world to adhere to our extensive this-is-offensive list?In case you're a superhero fan, you've probably seen the trailer of the upcoming mutant flick, X-Men: Apocalypse. The long-awaited trailer shows the world being torn apart by the blue-bodied Apocalypse, while Charles Xavier and the X-Men battle to save the planet. The trailer's much more exciting than how that sounds, we assure you. We've seen James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence, Michael Fassbender fight it out before, so what's the catch here you ask? Oscar Isaac. The man who plays the deep-baritoned, blue-bodied, super-bulky, all-powerful Apocalypse. Is he the villain we've all been waiting for? Perhaps. But for now he's the villain who's offending the all too touchy Hindu leaders. Apocalypse introduces himself with: "I have been called many things over many lifetimes - Ra, Krishna, Yahweh..."; mortally offending leaders such as Rajan Zed. For those not in the know (like we were) Rajan is a self-styled "religious statesman who has taken up Hindu, interfaith, religion, environment, European Roma (Gypsies) and other causes all over the world."