Delhi High Court approves release with ‘Batla House’ changes
Bollywood star John Abraham’s film ‘Batla House’ is scheduled to release on August 15 and has been asked to make some changes recently and only after that the film release has been approved. The Delhi High Court has allowed its release only after the change. Before the release, the Delhi High Court had given instructions to remove some scenes from the film. Apart from this, the court has also asked the makers to run the disclaimer at the beginning and end of the film. Simultaneously, the makers accepted the court order and are working on it immediately.
John’s film story
In fact, the Delhi High Court has also stopped showing a photo of a Delhi Police martyr officer (MC Sharma) at the end of the film. This is because it can be told that this film is based on a fictional story. At the same time, tell you that John’s film story is based on the encounter between police and terrorists in the year 2008 in Jamia area of Delhi. Due to this, accused Arij Khan, associated with this case, filed a petition in the High Court, seeking a stay on the release of the film.Delhi High Court approves release with ‘Batla House’ changes
Not only this, other accused have also demanded a ban on the film. He believed that the release would affect the hearing of the case going against him in the Lower Court. However, Shahzad has been sentenced to life imprisonment in this case. Talking about the film, ‘Batla House’ is being directed by Nikhil Advani and Producing Bhushan Kumar, Divya Kumar Khosla, Krishna Kumar (T Series), Manish Advani, Madhu Bhojwani, John Abraham and Sandeep Legiel. The film will be released on 15 August.