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Court Finds Sufficient Grounds to Proceed Against Javed Akhtar in Kangana’s Complaint

The court has found that there is sufficient ground to proceed against Akhtar for the offence of criminal intimidation and gestures or acts intended to insult the modesty of a woman. Ranaut had filed the complaint against Akhtar in 2021, alleging that he had threatened her and made derogatory remarks about her. Akhtar has denied the allegations. The court’s decision to summon Akhtar is a significant development in the case. It will be interesting to see how the case proceeds in the coming months.

Javed Akhtar and Kangana Ranaut have been embroiled in a legal battle since 2020. In 2020, Akhtar filed a complaint against Ranaut for defamation after she accused him of threatening her in an interview. Ranaut then filed a counter-complaint against Akhtar, alleging that he had extorted money from her. The case has been going on for over two years, and it is still ongoing. In a recent development, Akhtar has been summoned to appear before a court on August 5 in connection with Ranaut’s complaint.

The case has attracted a lot of attention, as it involves two high-profile figures in the Hindi film industry. It is also a case that raises important questions about freedom of speech and the right to privacy. It remains to be seen how the case will be resolved, but it is clear that it is a significant case that could have implications for the future of free speech in India. The fact that Akhtar and Ranaut are both well-known and respected figures in the Hindi film industry could make the case more high-profile.

The allegations against Akhtar and Ranaut are serious, and if either of them is found guilty, they could face significant punishment. The case is still ongoing, and it is not yet clear how it will be resolved. The case raises important questions about freedom of speech and the right to privacy.

Ziya Khan


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