Sara Ali Khan and Sushant Singh Rajput starrer Kedarnath is only two days away from releasing. The film recently fell prey to a controversy when a certain set of people raised issues with the plot of the film. Certain groups demanded the ban of the film saying how the concept of Kedarnath promotes the concept of 'Love Jihad'. Now according to ANI, the Bombay High Court is all set to hear a plea against the movie tomorrow. "Bombay High Court to hear a plea against movie Kedarnath tomorrow. Petitioners have sought that CBFC should reassess the movie because it hurts religious sentiments. The petition demands that movie should not be released till CBFC clears it again," ANI tweeted this morning. Sara Ali Khan Reacts to Love Jihad Controversy Against Kedarnath; Says ‘I Don’t Understand This Kind of Divisiveness’.
During an interview with a leading daily recently, the actress was asked to comment on the controversy surrounding her debut movie. To which she said, "It's really not that kind of a film, rather it's about how Kedarnath is as much Mansoor's world as it's Mukku's. I don't understand this kind of divisiveness, but then I don't understand racism or sexism, which is rampant across the world, either." Sara Ali Khan’s Simmba Trailer Gives Kareena Kapoor’s Famous Dialogue From K3G a Makeover – Watch.
Check out ANI's tweet here-
Bombay High Court to hear a plea against movie #Kedarnath tomorrow. Petitioners have sought that CBFC should reassess the movie because it hurts religious sentiments. The petition demands that movie should not be released till CBFC clears it again pic.twitter.com/stoqXGU75t
— ANI (@ANI) December 5, 2018
"At the same time, I believe that while my life's experiences and education have shaped my thought process, the lack of it could have influenced others to think differently. And just as everyone doesn't have to like every movie, we can coexist with different world views," she added further. Let's see what the Bombay High Court has to say about Kedarnath. The film is directed by Abhishek Kapoor.