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Bollywood controversial film Hamare Baarah banned in Karnataka

Karnataka government bans 'Hamare Baarah' film to preserve communal harmony

Bollywood controversial film Hamare Baarah has been banned in Karnataka.

As reported the Indian state of Karnataka state has banned the release of the film Hamare Baarah citing the potential for ‘communal tension’.

The film ‘Hamare Baarah’ has been banned under the Karnataka Cinema (Regulation) Act 1964 to maintain communal harmony.

A temporary ban has been imposed on the screening of the Hindi movie ‘Hamare Baarah’ for at least two weeks following objections from several Muslim organisations.

Following the government’s order release of the film and its trailer has been halted across all media platforms, including electronic media, social media, film theatres, private television channels, and other outlets.

Stat cast of the film includes Annu Kapoor, Ashwini Kalsekar, Manoj Joshi, Abhimanyu Singh, Parth Samthaan, Paritosh Tripathi, Aditi Bhatpahri, and Ishlin Prasad, and others. 

On the other hand, the Bombay High Court on Friday allowed the release of the film Hamare Baarah after the makers agreed to delete certain controversial dialogues.

The said film is on target of significant backlash from viewers. Many have alleged that the film’s trailer contains “uncouth, crude, and communal propaganda,” and argued that it could “poison the minds of an entire generation.”

In response to the growing controversy, the film’s trailer was abruptly pulled down from online platforms, after it was initially released on May 30.

“At a personal and an impersonal level, I’m an atheist,” lead star Annu Kapoor told News18 earlier this week.

The veteran actor said that he tried his best to justify his character and shunned criticism of the movie.

“People talk about propaganda all the time. I’m not bothered about it,” Kapoor said, urging people to watch the film first before making opinions.

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