After Bombay High Court rejecting the plea of Priya Singh Paul, alleged daughter of late Sanjay Gandhi, now the supreme court as well has rejected her plea of requesting a stay on Madhur Bhandarkar’s film Indu Sarkar. The film will now have a smooth release on 28th July.
The woman in question had claimed that the late Sanjay Gandhi is her biological father and that the film questions Gandhi and his ways during the times of emergency. A bench of Justice Dipak Misra, Justice Amitav Roy and Justice A.M. Khanwilkar, dismissed the plea filed by a woman.
“The movie is an artistic expression within the parameters of law,”
Paul has claimed in the court that the film is “full of concoction and totally derogatory” to malign the image of Sanjay Gandhi and his mother, Indira Gandhi. She had earlier moved the Bombay High Court requesting for a stay but the court on July 24th had dismissed her plea stating that no “known descendant” of Sanjay Gandhi has raised an objection to the film.
Indu Sarkar is a Madhur Bhandarkar film based during the times of emergency imposed by the then Prime Minister, Indira Gandhi. The CBFC did pass the film with a few cuts the Congress part till now hasn’t protested strongly to the release of the film.
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