Aamir Khan's son Junaid 'Maharaj' is very happy with the response he got, said- all is well that ends well

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Aamir Khan's son Junaid Khan's film 'Maharaj' was released on the OTT platform Netflix on June 21 and it is being praised everywhere. The audience is giving a lot of love to Junaid Khan and they say that he has surpassed Jaideep Ahlawat. Now Junaid Khan's reaction has come on the response the film is getting and the praise he is getting for his acting. His happiness knows no bounds. It is known that Maharaj was earlier scheduled to release on June 14, but there was a controversy over some of its dialogues and scenes. There was a demand to postpone the release of the film. A petition was filed in the Gujarat High Court accusing the film of hurting religious sentiments, after which the release of 'Maharaj' was banned for a few days.

Junaid Khan in Maharaj, Photo: Netflix India

Junaid Khan hit a sixer on the very first ball, Jaideep also got defeated! Aamir Khan will be very happy today
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Junaid Khan said- I cannot describe it in words

But despite the controversies and protests, when 'Maharaj' was released, it won the hearts of the audience and received a good response. According to ANI, a happy Junaid Khan said, “What I am feeling right now cannot be described in words. 'Maharaj' has been a long and tough journey for me, but I believe all is well that ends well.”

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The story of 'Maharaj' and the controversy related to it

The Gujarat High Court lifted the ban on 'Maharaj' on Friday, June 21 and the makers immediately released it on OTT. The film is directed by Siddharth P Malhotra, while Yash Raj Entertainment has produced it. The story of 'Maharaj' is the story of a court case of the year 1862, in which a religious guru was exposed. The film is based on the life of social reformer and journalist Karsandas Mulji. Jaideep Ahlawat was also seen in it. Junaid Khan plays the character of Karsandas in the film. At the same time, Jaideep Ahlawat is in the role of Jadunath, also known as Maharaj.


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