Abhishek Kapoor’s ‘Kedarnath’, starring debutante Sara Ali Khan and Sushant Singh Rajput, has been banned in 7 districts of Uttarakhand, as for each ADG (regulation and purchase) Ashok Kumar. District Magistrate Nainital Vinod Kr Suman declared the ban on Friday in Haridwar, Dehradun and Udham Singh Nagar district.

“Our committee has forwarded our advice to CM and made the decision that law and get should be reviewed. We requested District Magistrates to sustain peace and everybody has decided that Kedarnath film should really be banned. The movie is banned everywhere you go in state,” Satpal Maharaj, Uttarakhand Tourism Minister verified the information to ANI. 

The final decision has come a working day after the Uttarakhand authorities made the decision not to impose any prohibition in the state. A four-member committee led by Satpal Maharaj was constituted on Wednesday to proble grievances linked to the movie. 

Earlier, Ajendra Ajay, a state BJP leader demanded that the film should be banned. Though tweeting his discontent, he mentioned that protests experienced begun in Rudraprayag and Kotdwar. Ajay said, “The movie appears to be an effort to encourage love jihad. Couldn’t the director locate a solitary Hindu identify or character for the primary lead? Also, kissing and passionate scenes in a holy location worshipped by crores of individuals is a sign of disrespect to the faith.”

Ajay objected to the film’s poster that “exhibits the hero, a Muslim carrying the heroine, a Hindu”, in a palanquin with the Kedarnath shrine in the qualifications. ‘Kedarnath’ has been at the centre of political controversies since the teaser of the movie was unveiled virtually two months back.

Priests from the shrine-city have been wildly protesting against the movie, saying that it is a case of “like-jihad”, as the two lead characters are Hindu and Muslim, who fall in love. In November, The chairman of the Kedarnath monks, Vinod Shukla stated in a statement, “We will launch an agitation if the film is not banned as we have been informed that it hurts the Hindu spiritual sentiments by advertising and marketing ‘love jihad'(an alleged campaign less than which Muslim adult males goal the non-Muslim girls for conversion to Islam).”

The chairman additional that the priests ended up also protesting towards the movie as there “vulgar dance sequences” becoming shot close to the shrine. By the way, locals are also versus the launch.

In the meantime, The Bombay Superior Courtroom, dismissed a plea submitted against the Abhishek Kapoor directorial, on Wednesday. The petition, submitted by lawyers Ramesh Chandra Mishra and Prabhakar Tripathi, sought to reassess the flick by Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) on grounds that “it hurts spiritual sentiments and promotes enjoy-jihad”.

The petition claimed that “The like tale concerning a Hindu lady (performed by Sara) and a Muslim boy (played by Sushant) will develop a drastic predicament and will advertise love-jihad.” The plea also mentioned that capturing a like scene at a location like Kedarnath, which is an crucial pilgrimage site for Hindus, hurts their spiritual sentiments.

Throughout the trailer launch of the film which was held in Mumbai last month, Abhishek experienced addressed the ongoing controversy surrounding the motion picture, saying “When individuals will view the film they will know that there is very little controversial in it. We have produced it with a good deal of like and it is about appreciate.”

The flick, which marks the debut of Sara, is set versus the backdrop of a catastrophic deluge that hit the Himalayan shrine in 2013.

In the movie, Sushant plays the part of a Muslim ‘Pithu’ named Mansoor, who carries luggage and aged individuals on his back again, although Sara plays the function of a Hindu vacationer pilgrimage, Mukku. Showcasing the electrical power of really like, the two can be viewed withstanding the wrath of character as flash floods wreak havoc in Kedarnath.



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