Goddess Kali Poster Row: The petition against Leena Manimekalai’s film ‘Kali’ will be heard on August 29

Goddess Kali Poster Row: The petition against the makers of the documentary film Kali will now be heard in a Delhi court on August 29. The court will hear a plea seeking permanent stay against filmmaker Leena Manimekalai for allegedly portraying a Hindu goddess in an objectionable manner in the poster and promo video of the film.

Due to this the hearing did not take place today

The matter was to be heard on Saturday, but it was postponed due to the judge being on leave. On Saturday, petitioner and advocate Raj Gaurav also filed an application to take additional documents on record. which states that the plaintiff wishes to file additional documents which are tweets that are directly related to his case and which may affect the merits of the case. It said that the petitioner could not submit these documents while filing the suit, as the filmmaker had made these tweets later. These include screenshots of tweets that were made on July 7 and 21.

Know what’s the matter

Earlier on July 11, Additional Senior Judge Abhishek Kumar had issued summons and injunction notices for the trial. It was said that before passing any order it is necessary to know the side of the filmmaker. The petition, filed by the advocate, said that the poster of the film tweeted by the filmmaker shows Hindu goddess Kali smoking a cigarette, which not only hurts the religious sentiments of Hindus, but also the core of morality and decency. It is also against things.

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