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Bombay High Court stays the release of 'Humare Barah': The case will be heard on June 10, CBFC can make cuts in the film


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The Bombay High Court has put a stay on the release of Annu Kapoor's upcoming film 'Humare Barah' till June 14. The film was scheduled to release in theaters on June 7.

Recently, a person from Pune had filed a petition against the film, after which the Bombay High Court has taken this decision after hearing both the parties. Now the hearing of this case will be held on June 10.

This film has been in controversy ever since the release of its trailer.

This film has been in controversy ever since the release of its trailer.

How did the film get a U/A certificate: Petitioner
Petitioner Azhar Tamboli in the court said that this film hurts the sentiments of the Muslim community and the Quran has also been portrayed in a wrong manner. Some dialogues of the film are also objectionable. Azhar has also raised questions in the court on giving U/A certificate to the film.

The censor board was asked to make cuts
Talking to the media, lawyer Advait Sethna said that now the censor board has been asked to make some cuts in the film 'Humare Barah'. This film can be released only after some scenes or dialogues are removed.

Recently, the producers of the film and Annu Malik had come to meet Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde.

Recently, the producers of the film and Annu Malik had come to meet Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde.

Annu Kapoor had demanded security
The film 'Humare Barah' has been surrounded by controversies ever since the trailer and teaser were released. The actors of the film are also receiving death and rape threats.

Meanwhile, Annu Kapoor had released a video and sought protection from Maharashtra Police and Home Ministry. In this connection, he also met Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde on Monday.

Annu had released a video from Cannes itself and appealed not to judge the film without watching it.

Annu had released a video from Cannes itself and appealed not to judge the film without watching it.

The film talks about women empowerment: Annu
In this video, Annu also gave clarification on the film. He said that people should first watch this film and then judge it.

According to Annu, this film talks about women empowerment and increasing population. It does not target any religious community. What did Annu say Click here to read…

This film was also screened at the recently held 77th Cannes Film Festival.

This film was also screened at the recently held 77th Cannes Film Festival.

what is the story of the film
In the trailer of the film, it is shown that women of a particular religion are being tortured in the name of religion. They are being harassed and pressured to have children.

In the film, Annu Kapoor plays the role of Mansoor Ali Khan, a Muslim man whose first wife dies while giving birth to a child and his second wife is pregnant for the sixth time.

Doctors say that she can die in pregnancy but Khan refuses to get an abortion. In such a situation, Khan's elder daughter, to save her stepmother, drags her father to court and demands abortion for her mother.

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