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Obscenity case filed against Ash and Hrithik

December 02, 2006 20:24 IST

A case has been filed against Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai and actor Hrithik Roshan for an alleged obscene sequence in their recently released film Dhoom-2.

The case was filed in the court of judicial magistrate first class R K Batham by advocate Shailendra Dwivedi under Sections 292 (vulgarity) and 509 (derogatory to women) of the Indian Penal Code.

The complainant has alleged that women felt offended after watching the scene and it promoted vulgarity in society, especially among the youth.

The court has fixed December 11 for recording evidence in the case.


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Number of User Comments: 66




Sub: Ban!

What is the use of such bans? There have been many such films and there will be many more. Ban is not the solution. The ...


Posted by Ratna





Sub: Banned

these type of movie should be banned.


Posted by ravi





Sub: Case against DHOOM-2 scene?!!!!!!!!

Whoever has filed the case is a mad. Otherwise, he doesn't know the name of Eimraan Hashmi OR Amir Khan. What about the following films: ...


Posted by Sarkar





Sub: this is bull-shit

NO comments


Posted by mayur





Sub: sue every star!

movies are filled with obscenity!! why target only ash and hrithik,each and every movie has something to offend women!


Posted by fan




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