Adipurush: The makers of Adipurush did not get relief from the Supreme Court, the court refused for urgent hearing

Pankaj Prasad
Adipurush
Adipurush

The High Court had ordered the producers of the film, including director Om Raut, producer Bhushan Kumar and dialogue writer Manoj Muntashir, to appear before the court on July 27.

Directed by Om Raut, 'Adipurush' has been facing constant difficulties since its release. People have rejected this film. At the same time, the case is also going on in the court for hurting religious sentiments. Meanwhile, the makers of the film have got a big blow from the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court declined to hear an urgent appeal against the Allahabad High Court order directing the makers of controversial film Adipurush to appear before it on July 27.

This order was given by the High Court

The High Court had ordered the producers of the film, including director Om Raut, producer Bhushan Kumar and dialogue writer Manoj Muntashir, to appear before the court on July 27. Along with this, the Central Government was also directed to constitute a five-member committee to express its views on the film. Now the Supreme Court will hear the matter on Thursday.

Allegations of hurting religious sentiments on the film

A bench headed by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud asked the counsel for the producers of the film to mention the appeal again tomorrow. Explain that the High Court had issued the order on June 30 after hearing two separate petitions filed by Kuldeep Tiwari and Naveen Dhawan seeking a ban on the film. The petitioners had argued that the use of colloquial language in the film's dialogues was derogatory to Lord Ram.

No relief from Supreme Court

Hearing this, the High Court had said that the Secretary of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting and the Chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) should file their personal affidavits to inform the court that the guidelines for certification of the film for public exhibition were followed. Yes or No. Whether the Supreme Court bans the order of the High Court or not, now the eyes of the bad film industry are fixed on this matter. The Supreme Court's decision not to hear the appeal today (July 12) means the makers of the film will have to appear before the Allahabad High Court on July 27. After this the High Court will decide whether to ban the film or not.