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Akshay Kumar’s Big Film Jolly LLB 2 accept 4 cuts made in the film by Bombay

Akshay Kumar’s Big Film Jolly LLB 2 accept 4 cuts made in the film by Bombay
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Jolly LLB 2 Akshay Kumar withdrew his appeal against the decision made by Bombay High Court decision and took four for the film made the cuts for them. Earlier, the Aurangabad court ordered the cancellation of four scenes from the upcoming Jolly LLB 2 film in the Bombay High Court,

which could constitute defamatory lawsuits and contempt of court, a senior official said. A Divisional Court S.S. Shinde and Justice K. K.

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Sonawane ordered confirms the Central Film Certification Office, the film again after the cuts with the application Akshay Kumar. The order follows a report of a committee of three members, appointed by the Hearing Panel, composed of senior R. N. Dhorde and V. J. Dr. Prakash Dixit and Medical Kanade, counsel for the Applicant Ajaykumar Nanded Waghmare said.

The Committee examined the film last Friday in Aurangabad and presented its two-page report stating that a certain scene “defamatory to the profession of lawyer and would be a contempt of court” is.

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She added that the word or words also meant “law on defamation of body and violated the dignity of lawyers and the courts.” After presenting the report in the recording arranged the judges that the deleted is opposed to scenes that should by the committee and the film CBFC Recertified Waghmare said.

This is a historical and significant order on every film in the country, and it is also a lesson for the CBFC that certified the film for the duration of the PIL, pointing out some bad practices,” said Waghmare
Scenes can be removed listed include those in which a judge sits behind shown offensive day to throw a shoe to a judge and dialogue.

The lawyers representing the filmmakers agreed on necessary cuts/changes. The producers of the film, Star Fox Studios, had on 27 January of the decision Bombay High Court before the Supreme Court challenged three appointed members.

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