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Aamir Khan and Makers of Laal Singh Chaddha in legal trouble: DEETS INSIDE!

Just after the release of Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh, Chaddha has again landed in legal trouble. For disrespecting the Indian Army and for hurting the sentiments of the Hindu Delhi-based advocate Vineet Jindal registered a complaint to Delhi Police commissioner Sanjay Arora this Friday. The complaint was to file a Fir against Paramount Pictures, Director Advait, actor Aamir Khan and the others involved in the production of the picture.

As per the recent reports in ANI, Advocate Vineet Jindal has sought registration of an FIR of the IPC against the actor and directors, under sections 153, 153A, 298 and 505. A small part of the Advocate’s complaint was as follows, “In the movie, the makers have depicted that a mentally challenged person was allowed to join Army to fight in the Kargil War. It is a well-known fact that the best army personnel were sent to fight the Kargil war and rigorously trained army personnel fought the war but the movie makers intentionally depicted the said situation to demoralize and defame the Indian army.”

Later Jindal pointed to a scene, where one of the personnel from Pakistan asks Laal Singh Chaddha – “I offer Namaz and pray, Laal, why don’t you do the same?”. Aamir Khan then replies, “My mother said all this puja path is malaria. It causes riots.” Jindal stated that when the constitution is offering you freedom of speech and expression misusing it is inexplicable.

Vineet Jindal said, “This statement shows his intent of waging war and activating enmity between different groups on the grounds of religion which is against the ideology of a secular democratic country like and also mischief against the Indian army which is a criminal offense as per the law of the land”. He also added that the statements made in the film by the lead actor might threaten the peace, security, and harmony of the nation.

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