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High Court bans Junaid Khan’s debut film Maharaj till June 18, know the whole matter

Aamir Khan's son Junaid Khan's debut film Maharaj has been embroiled in controversies before its release. After Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) appealed against the release of the film, now the High Court has reportedly stayed the release of the film till June 18.

By: Ruchi Upadhyay  Pardaphash Group
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High Court bans Junaid Khan’s debut film Maharaj till June 18, know the whole matter

Ban on release of film Maharaj: Aamir Khan’s son Junaid Khan’s debut film Maharaj has been embroiled in controversies before its release. After Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) appealed against the release of the film, now the High Court has reportedly stayed the release of the film till June 18.

Court bans the release of Maharaj: According to a report, the High Court has stayed the release of Junaid Khan’s debut film Maharaj till June 18. The stay order said, “Today some devotees and followers of Pushtimargiya Vaishnav sect approached the Gujarat High Court under SCA/8772/24.

Gujarat High Court issued notice to the Broadcasting Authority, Central Board of Film Certification and film king Yash Raj Films, producer of OTT Netflix and made it returnable till 18/6. The High Court banned the release of the film Maharaj on OTT and media.

The decision reportedly came after hearings in Ahmedabad and Mumbai. This film was scheduled to be released on Netflix on June 14, but now after the ban on the film’s release, it will not be released till at least June 18. The report also says that this matter will be taken up in the Supreme Court. Could. Whether the ban will be lifted or not will be known only in the next hearing.

Maharaj revolves around a religious head of the Vaishnav community and the VHP had appealed to the court to stay the release of the film as it was hurting religious sentiments. Earlier, VHP leader Sadhvi Prachi had demanded a ban on the film. He wrote on X, “Insult to Sanatan Dharma will not be tolerated. Maharaj, ban the film. BoycottNetflix.”

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