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Hamare Baarah New Update: High Court Mutes these 3 dialogues on Annu Kapoor’s film Hamare Baarh

Annu Kapoor starrer film 'Hamare Barah' is constantly surrounded by controversies. There has been an uproar about this film ever since its teaser was released. There is a demand to ban the release of the film. The trailer of Hamari Barah has also been removed from social media platforms.

By: Rekha Joshi  Pardaphash Group
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Hamare Baarah New Update: High Court Mutes these 3 dialogues on Annu Kapoor’s film Hamare Baarh

Annu Kapoor starrer film ‘Hamare Barah’ is constantly surrounded by controversies. There has been an uproar about this film ever since its teaser was released. There is a demand to ban the release of the film. The trailer of Hamari Barah has also been removed from social media platforms. The film is being accused of spreading hatred against a particular religion and there are demands to stop its release.

Meanwhile, now the decision of Bombay High Court regarding the film has come out. Know what important decision the court has taken regarding the film. Let us tell you that Bombay High Court has made only 3 changes in the film ‘Hamare Barah’. In which there are only 3 dialogues which have been muted. The rest of the film will be the same.

The Bombay High Court approved the release of the film ‘Hamara Barah’ after the producers agreed to some changes in the film. At the same time, the petitioners are showing their agreement to this decision by not objecting to the release of the film after the changes made by the court.

The Bombay High Court approved the release of the film ‘Hamara Barah’ after the producers agreed to some changes in the film. At the same time, the petitioners are showing their agreement to this decision by not objecting to the release of the film after the changes made by the court.

The Supreme Court had stayed the release of the film until the case was settled by the Bombay High Court. Also requesting the High Court that the petition should be disposed of expeditiously.

The petitioner said that CBFC itself is a party to the petition filed in the Bombay High Court and how can its own committee screen the film? The petitioner said that CBFC had formed a committee for the screening of this film. After the screening, the CBFC committee had suggested removing the teaser and some parts related to that film. Which was removed and after that the release of this film was allowed in the High Court.

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