Loveyatri Row: ‘No Coercive Action to Be Taken Against Salman Khan’, Orders Supreme Court
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Loveyatri (which was earlier titled Loveratri) starring Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain in the lead. The film was produced by Salman Khan under his banner Salman Khan Films. The film was a romantic drama set against the backdrop of Navratri in Gujarat. However the film did run into trouble before the release. Back then a case was charged against Salman in Bihars Muzaffarpur district following the order of the local court. But as per the latest update, the Supreme Court has issued an order stating, ‘no coercive action to be taken against Salman Khan’. Salman Khan’s Love Yatri in Trouble Again! An FIR Gets Lodged in Bihar.

The complaint was filed against Salman Khan claiming that the title of the film made fun of the auspicious festival Navaratri, celebrated by the Hindus. The complaint was filed by advocate Sudhir Kumar Ojha in which he also alleged that this movie could hurt the religious sentiments of the Hindus. The advocate was quoted as saying, “I am happy that a case has been lodged against Salman and others for playing with a popular festival and sentiments of people,” reports IANS.

Loveyatri Row

The latest update on the Loveyatri row states, “Supreme Court orders no coercive action to be taken against actor Salman Khan on a complaint filed against him for allegedly hurting religious sentiment by producing a film ‘Love Yatri’ last year,” reports ANI. On September 18 Salman Khan announced via Instagram that the film’s title has been changed to Loveyatri from Loveratri.