The Supreme Court banned the release of 'Humare Barah', calling it objectionable and said- we saw the trailer in the morning

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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The Supreme Court on Thursday banned the release of Annu Kapoor's film 'Humare Barah'. The film was scheduled to release on June 14. The court has banned the release of the film while acting on allegations of insulting the Islamic faith and married Muslim women.

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The vacation bench of Justice Vikram Nath and Justice Sandeep Mehta, while considering the arguments of advocate Fauzia Shakil, appearing for petitioner Azhar Basha Tamboli, asked the Bombay High Court to decide the petition as early as possible.

'All objectionable dialogues are still there in the trailer'

While staying the release of the film, the bench said, 'We saw the trailer of the film in the morning and all the objectionable dialogues are still present in the trailer.' The bench has stayed the release of the film till the Bombay High Court disposes of the petition. Shakeel said that the High Court has lifted the ban on the release of the film under an 'inappropriate order'.

Option of selection committee for both the parties in the case

Fauzia Shakeel said, 'The High Court cannot direct the censor board to form a committee because the CBFC itself is a party in this case.' The Supreme Court said that the option is open for both the parties in the case to place all their objections before the High Court, including objections to directing the CBFC to select a committee.

The film was scheduled to release on June 14

Let us tell you that this film was to be released on June 14. However, its release has already been banned in Karnataka. Let us tell you that the petitioner alleges that the teaser of the film insults Islamic beliefs and married Muslim women and if the film is released, it will violate Article 19 (2) and Article 25 of the Constitution.

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