MP High Court gives clean chit to Jodhaa Akbar.
The fans of Hrithik and Aishwariya in Madhya Pradesh can heave a sigh of relief, as Jodha Akbar has been cleared off the ban. The High Court gave the verdict in the favor of UTV Motion Pictures.
Siddhart Roy Kapur, director of UTV Motion Pictures said,”The Madhya Pradesh High Court has ruled in favour of UTV and we are commencing the screening of Jodhaa Akbar immediately across the state. This is a huge boost to all advocates of creative freedom in our country, and we are very grateful to the court for recognizing the validity of our stand and allowing Jodhaa Akbar to resume screenings.”
Director Aushotosh Gowariker was also relieved and happy with the court verdict. He exclaimed, “The film portrays love between two cultures and religions through a marriage of alliance between a Mughal emperor and a Rajput princess. This is an alliance that took place 450 years ago; an alliance that we need to respect, admire and learn from even today. He also adds that a disclaimer had been inserted at the start of the film saying that the film is a work of fiction and it draws from history but at the same time it is not the exact representation of it and there can be other viewpoints.”
MP walo now you can hit the theatres with vengeance as you can’t afford to miss the sizzling chemistry between Hrithik and Aishwariya.