Bharat: Delhi HC dismisses petition seeking stay on release of Salman starrer

Katrina Kaif on The Kapil Sharma Show with Krushna Abhishek

Katrina Kaif on The Kapil Sharma Show with Krushna Abhishek

Katrina Kaif is now busy with the promotions of Bharat which is releasing on Eid 2019.

It had also sought directions to director Ali Abbas Zafar, production houses Real Life Production Pvt Ltd and Salman Khan Films, actor Salman Khan, Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and the Centre to change any dialogue that was related to Bharat and where the character has been compared with the country.

The matter was heard by a vacation Bench of Justices JR Midha and Chander Shekhar after it was mentioned for urgent hearing by the Petitioner earlier in the day. Tyagi, in his petition, stated that the movie is "distorting the culture and political image of our great country "Bharat". The star is also an avid social media user who often treats her fans with some stunning pictures which are too lovely to miss.

He had contended that the title of the film is in violation of Section 3 of Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act, according to which the word "Bharat" can not be used for the commercial goal.

Wednesday June 5 declared Public Holiday
An official Eid moon sighting announcement in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar and other GCC states is expected by 07:30 pm local time. The number of people traveling during the holiday is estimated to be over 5 million, according to tourism players.

However, the Court watched the trailer of the film and concluded that the case had no merit and dismissed the petition.

The Eid release, Bharat has Salman Khan's six different looks ranging from a young circus champion to a 60-year-old man and the fans are going gaga over the biggest entertainer of the year.

On the most precious thing in her wardrobe, she said: "Karan Johar gifted me a collection of sweaters which are really expensive sport sweaters".

The movie, which also stars Katrina Kaif, is slated for a release on June 5.

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