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PIL Filed Against PM Modi Biopic to ban the screening

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The biopic film on Modi called PM Narendra Modi has been getting criticism from the opposition parties has not gone into another controversy for having the name of Javed Akhtar in it when he does not remain the part of the film. Now, we hear something new in this when a PIL or Public Interest Litigation has been lodged in Bombay High Court by a Satish Gaikwad, the member of Republican Party of India. He has asked the court to prevent the screening of the film in the theatres.

In his PIL he said that the film is releasing before the general elections and that it will be benefitting the PM and his party for the elections. The hearing is scheduled this Monday. As per the FILm, the movie goes against the code of conduct as imposed by the Election Commission of India. The Bombay High Court bench of judges include NM Jamdar and Naresh Patil. The bench will have people from the ECI, I&B Ministry, along with the directors and producers of the biopic film during the hearing of the case this Monday.

You must be aware of the fact the film PM Narendra Modi is already facing issues from Javed Akhtar for using his name on the posters of the film. When Javed Akhtar expressed his shock on this matter, the makers justified stating that since some of his old poems have been used in the film hence the credit was given to the veteran lyricts. Also, they added stating that everything has been done under the guidance of a music company. The Omung Kumar directed film is releasing on 5th April 2019, and it has Vivek Oberoi in the key role.

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