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Bombay High Court lifts ban on Annu Kapoor’s ‘Hamari Barah’, to be released on condition

Arun Sharma

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Annu Kapoor’s ‘Hamari Barah’ will be released on this condition

Annu Kapoor’s film Hamare Barah was slated to hit the theaters on June 7. But on June 6, the Bombay High Court banned the release of the film. Its release was postponed by a week i.e. to 14th June. Meanwhile, there was news that Annu Kapoor’s ‘Hamaara Barah’ has been given the green signal by the Bombay High Court to release. Justices Nitin Borkar and Kamal Khata heard Azhar Tambol’s plea. Meanwhile, some dialogues of the film shown in the trailer of the film were also objected to.

In fact, Azhar Tamboli of Pune filed a petition in the Bombay High Court against Annu Kapoor’s ‘Hmara Barah’. A hearing was held in court on June 6 regarding this. Meanwhile, both sides were heard. In such a situation, the court has given the green signal to the film.

The Bombay High Court has given the green light to the film

Recently a report was published in India Today. According to this, the makers of ‘Hamaara Barah’ have agreed to remove two dialogues from their film, after which the ban on the film’s release has been lifted. In fact, the Bombay High Court has delivered its verdict on the “balancing of equality” issue. Also it has been said that one may need to watch the film to reach any decision.

Apart from this, the court has reportedly suggested forming a committee of three members, at least one member of whom should be a Muslim, to watch the film and give feedback. Earlier it was reported in Free Journal that Azhar Tamboli of Pune has filed a petition against ‘Hmara Barah’. After which the Bombay High Court stayed the release of the film till June 14. The Central Bureau of Film Certification (CBFC) issued a certificate informing the bench.

The petitioner’s counsel in the Bombay High Court also questioned the U/A certificate given to the film, saying it hurt the sentiments of the Muslim community. Not only that, the way the Quranic verses are shown in the film is also wrong. Some dialogues were also objected to, which the makers have agreed to remove.

Arun Sharma

Arun Sharma

I am Arun Sharma, a versatile news writer covering entertainment, sports, and breaking news.

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