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Salman Khan lands in fresh controversy for vulgarity in Bharat movie!

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New Delhi: Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s character in upcoming movie ‘Bharat’ releasing on June 5 landed in controversy as a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was filed against movie in Delhi High Court on Thursday by Vipin Tyagi.

 

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The movie Bharat directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, features star-cast consist of Katrina Kaif, Nora Fatehi, Disha Patani, Tabu Sunil Grover and Jackie Shroff.

 

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Film Bharat is a remake of the Korean film ‘An Ode to My Father’ traces the journey of a man and a nation together.

 

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Heartthrob Salman Khan with five different looks in the film has always been surrounded by controversies since he started promoting the film during the media promotion at different occasions.

 

Shocking news: PIL against Salman Khan’s Bharat movie for vulgarity!

 

Recently, at a press conference, Salman Khan said, “Priyanka Chopra, over Bharat, did choose USA in the ‘Nick’ of time. She has worked so hard all her life, okay? And when she got the biggest film of her Life, she dumped that film and got married to Nick Jonas. You know hats off! Usually, people leave their husbands for a film like this.”

 

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According to Vipin Tyagi in his Plea violation of Section 3 of Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act for the title of the film “Bharat” cannot be used for the commercial purpose. Further adding to this patriotic sentiments hurts for people of the country in a dialogue where the character has been compared to the country as movie is distorting culture and political image of our great country Bharat.

 

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Petitioner Tyagi talking about film said “This film is fraught with Salman’s typical flippancy and vulgarity. Being a ‘Bharatiya’, I feel it is not appropriate to name such film or any character associated with this film after our great nation.”

 

  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news

    Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's character in upcoming movie 'Bharat' releasing on June 5 landed in controversy as a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was filed against movie in Delhi High Court on Thursday by Vipin Tyagi.

  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news

    The movie Bharat directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, features star-cast consist of Katrina Kaif, Nora Fatehi, Disha Patani, Tabu Sunil Grover and Jackie Shroff.

  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news

    Film Bharat is a remake of the Korean film 'An Ode to My Father' traces the journey of a man and a nation together.

  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news

    Heartthrob Salman Khan with five different looks in the film has always been surrounded by controversies since he started promoting the film during the media promotion at different occasions.

  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news

    Recently, at a press conference, Salman Khan said, "Priyanka Chopra, over Bharat, did choose USA in the 'Nick' of time. She has worked so hard all her life, okay? And when she got the biggest film of her Life, she dumped that film and got married to Nick Jonas. You know hats off! Usually, people leave their husbands for a film like this."

  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news

    According to Vipin Tyagi in his Plea violation of Section 3 of Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act for the title of the film "Bharat" cannot be used for the commercial purpose. Further adding to this patriotic sentiments hurts for people of the country in a dialogue where the character has been compared to the country as movie is distorting culture and political image of our great country Bharat. Petitioner Tyagi talking about film said "This film is fraught with Salman's typical flippancy and vulgarity. Being a 'Bharatiya', I feel it is not appropriate to name such film or any character associated with this film after our great nation."

  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news
  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news
  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news
  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news
  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news
  • Salman Khan, Bharat, Vipin Tyagi, Public Interest Litigation, Delhi High Court, Bollywood news, Entertainment news

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Arbaz and Malaika opened up on their divorce.

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Malaika Arora and Arbaaz Khan, who got married in 1998, were granted divorce by the Bandra family court in Mumbai, on Thursday, thus ending their 18-year-long marriage. The couple, who had filed for divorce last November after living separately for a while, arrived in the same car for their final divorce proceedings. None of their family members were spotted with them at the court.

The custody of their son Arhaan will reportedly remain with Malaika, while Arbaaz will have access to his son whenever he wants.

For a long time, Arbaaz and Malaika, remained tight-lipped about the reasons behind their divorce, but the two are gradually opening up about it. In a recent interview to Deccan Chronicle, Arbaaz said that just because they have parted ways doesn’t necessarily mean they are obligated to hate each other.

“We have been together for so many years, and shared so many memories. Most importantly we have kids together, so there’s a respect for each other. There was something that did not work between us so we got separated. However, this doesn’t mean that we will hate each other. We are mature individuals; we are dealing with it with respect and dignity,” Arbaaz said in the interview.

 

The actor-producer further said that their son, Arhaan, has kept them close. “I have a good equation with her side of the family too. So if we could not live amicably under one roof, we decided to lead our lives separately. Our son has kept us bonded, and when he grows up everything will be better,” he added.

Malaika and Arbaaz were married in 1998. They announced separation in March, 2016 and were granted divorce by the Bandra family court in May, last year.

Meanwhile, Arbaaz has made his relationship with Giorgia Andriani official. Malaika, on the other hand, is dating Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor.

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