Karnataka bans let go of Hindi movie ‘Hamaare Baarah’ for 2 weeks

Karnataka bans let go of Hindi movie 'Hamaare Baarah' for 2 weeks
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Bengaluru: Karnataka has stopped the screening of the debatable Hindi movie Hamare Baarah a month sooner than its scheduled let go. 

The House Section issued the sequence on Thursday, following representations from diverse Muslim organisations. 

The movie, starring veteran actor Annu Kapoor within the govern position, used to be poised to let go on Friday. 

Muslim teams from other districts and taluks petitioned the atmosphere govt, accusing the filmmakers of “defaming” the folk and “misinterpreting” verses from the Qur’an’s Surah al-Baqarah. They expressed considerations that the movie’s let go may disturb regulation and sequence and build communal disharmony. 

On Thursday, House Section under-secretary B Okay Bhuvanendra Kumar issued the sequence banning the let go of the movie and its trailer in digital media, social media, cinema theatres, personal tv channels and alternative media for 2 weeks or till additional realize. 

The prohibit used to be imposed below divisions 15(1) and 15(5) of the Karnataka Cinemas Legislation Function, 1964

Despite the fact that Category 15(2) of the Function calls for the federal government to factor a realize to the filmmakers sooner than enforcing a prohibit, the sequence said that there used to be no longer plenty past to satisfy this requirement for the reason that movie’s director, Kamal Chandra, and manufacturers Birendra Bhagat, Ravi S Gupta, Sheo Balak Singh, Sanjay Nagpal and others are living outdoor Karnataka. 

The Bombay Top Courtroom has additionally withheld the movie’s let go till June 14.

Revealed 06 June 2024, 17:30 IST

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