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Exclusive: ‘Hama Barah’ is in trouble again! The Supreme Court has issued a notice

Arun Sharma

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The release of ‘Hamaara Barah’ has been postponed!Image Credit Source: Social Media

The release of Annu Kapoor’s film Hamare Barah is on the verge of being postponed once again. In fact, the film, which was scheduled to release on June 7, 2024, was banned by the Bombay High Court. However, in the next hearing held in this matter, the court has given the green light for the release of the film. The makers are very happy with this decision of the High Court. He also decided to release the film on June 14. A press show of this film was also organized for the media in Mumbai and Delhi today i.e. 13th June. But in the meantime, a new update has surfaced regarding ‘Hour Twelve’. According to the information received by TV9 Hindi Digital from sources, the release of this film has been postponed for now.

‘Hama Barah’ has been sent a ‘stay’ notice by the Supreme Court. Now today (13 June 2024) this entire matter will be heard in the Supreme Court at 10.30 am. The makers of the film have reached Delhi along with their legal team. In this hearing, if the panel of judges rules in favor of the film’s release, the film could be released on June 14. Otherwise the makers and audience will have to wait for a long time for the release of this film. Along with Annu Kapoor, ‘Hamaara Barah’ will feature many famous actors like Paritosh Sharma, Parth Samthan and Ashwini Kalsekar in lead roles.

The Karnataka government had imposed a ban

The Karnataka government had already banned the release of Hamara Barah. He has claimed that the film threatens to increase communal tension in the state. While talking about this, the government also said that after watching the trailer of ‘Hamaara Barah’, they have banned the release of the film in Karnataka for 2 weeks. The decision was taken by the Government of Karnataka under Section 15(1) and 15(5) of the Cinema Regulation Act 1964. We tried to contact the team of ‘Hama Barah’ to discuss this. But till now no reaction has been given from him in this whole matter.

Arun Sharma

Arun Sharma

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

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