Wednesday, 12 December, 2018

Sara Ali Khan, Sushant Rajput's 'Kedarnath' To Not Release In Uttarakhand

Kedarnath Celeb Review Sara Ali Khan'A Gorgeous New Super Talent' Post Sussanne Khan And Others Kedarnath: Bombay High Court's 'NOC' couldn't save Sara Ali Khan's debut movie from getting banned in 7 Uttarakhand districts
Adrian Cunningham | 08 December, 2018, 16:57

The magistrates said the protesters might disrupt peace if the movie was screened in theatres. Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Ashok Kumar said the film has been banned in seven districts, reported PTI.

The matter was then looked after during a meeting headed by Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat after a committee headed by Tourism Minister Satpal Maharaj submitted a report in this regard. When asked if her parents gave her any advice before she signed her first film, Sara said that they've been extremely supportive and even if they weren't, she would have taken up the film. Previously, the Supreme Court came down heavily on individual states against opting for a blanket ban across states according to the whims of state governments.

Sara Ali Khan's much-awaited debut film Kedarnath, starring Sushant Singh Rajput has released this Friday, 7 December.

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On the backdrop of the Kedarnath pilgrimage, the film reportedly portrays a Hindu woman played by Sara Ali Khan falling for a Muslim guide essayed by Sushant Rajput whereas the pony walas in Uttarakhand are Nepali Hindus and not Muslims.

Those seeking a ban on the film accused it of hurting Hindu sentiments and alleged that it was promoting love jihad. We are a democracy and everyone is free to exercise their rights.

"Don't see the movie if you don't like it", a division bench of Chief Justice Ramesh Ranganathan and Justice Ramesh Chand Khulbe told the petitioner, according to The Times of India.