Ranveer Singh's film 'Jayeshbhai Jordaar' gets into trouble for 'over sex-determination scene'
The trailer of Ranveer Singh and Shalini Pandey starrer 'Jayeshbhai Jordaar' was launched a few days back. The trailer of the film got a great response from the audience and critics.Author : Rohit Gupta
The trailer of Ranveer Singh and Shalini Pandey starrer 'Jayeshbhai Jordaar' was launched a few days back. The trailer of the film got a great response from the audience and critics.
After watching the trailer, the fans are eagerly waiting for the release of the film. But in the meantime, the film is caught in a legal battle over the prenatal sex-checking scene shown in the trailer.
A petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court regarding this scene of the film. In this, demand has been made to remove this scene from the film.
'Jayeshbhai Jordaar' Ranveer Singh is playing the role of a Gujarati man named Jayeshbhai Patel, who is married to Mudra Patel (Shalini Pandey).
After marriage, he is fighting to save the life of his unborn child. Mudra has a daughter in her womb, it is known during gender investigation. A petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court regarding this scene.
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The lawyer filed public interest litigation
Advocate Pawan Prakash Pathak had filed public interest litigation in the Delhi High Court. Under this, he said that it is a 'legally offence' to conduct prenatal sex checks. He hopes that the scenes promoting such things are removed. The PIL was heard by a division bench headed by Acting Chief Justice Vipin Sanghi and Justice Navin Chawla.
A case under PC and PNDT Act
However, promoting the film 'Save Girl Child' is against female feticide. The lawyer says that the trailer of the film advertises the use of ultrasound technology.
He said: “Ultrasound clinic scene where the technology of ultrasound for gender test without censor is being openly advertised and that is under sections 3, 3A, 3B, 4, 6 and 6 under PC and PNDT Act. , it is not allowed and hence this is an urgent PIL has been filed."