Hindus are criticizing the makers of the upcoming film Angels & Demons. Rajan Zed, president of the Universal Society of Hinduism, said in a statement that faith is sacred and attempts at belittling it hurt devotees. He believes that filmmakers should be more sensitive and careful when handling faith related subjects, saying cinema is a very powerful medium. Zed stressed that films should entertain but should not come at the expense of ridiculing others’ faith and spreading disinformation. Replying to the question of why Hindus are concerned when the movie takes on the Roman Catholic Church, Zed said that despite different traditions, both religions are seekers of the Ultimate Reality and are on the same path. Zed further said that makers of Angels & Demons should insert a disclaimer in bold letters in the beginning and towards the end of the movie explaining that it was purely the work of fiction.