Bareilly court directs police to book Bhansali, actors for Ram-leela

  • PTI, Bareilly
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  • Updated: Nov 21, 2013 18:05 IST
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A local court has directed the police to lodge a case against the director and star cast of Bollywood film Goliyon ki Rasleela - Ram-leela, following a petition that the movie glorified violence and obscenity.

Judicial Magistrate R P Gupta directed lodging of case against Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali and actors Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra, among others. Chandra had filed a petition contending that violence and obscenity has been glorified in the film, and it has hurt the feelings and sentiments of Hindus. CRITICS SPEAK

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