Will not let anyone disturb city’s law and order, say police
Ahead of the release of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, the Mumbai police said they will not allow anyone to disturb the city’s law and ordermumbai Updated: Oct 21, 2016 00:48 IST
Saurabh M Joshi
Ahead of the release of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, the Mumbai police said they will not allow anyone to disturb the city’s law and order.
“There is no information on the cinemas where the movie will be screened and I do not know who will compile the list. However, we will still ensure that law and order is maintained when the film releases,” said Ashok Dudhe, deputy commissioner and Mumbai police spokesperson.
Local police stations are expected to take further action. They will provide security cover to cinemas that would screen the movie.
On Tuesday, Mukesh Bhatt and Sidharth Roy Kapur and members of the producer’s guild met Mumbai police commissioner Dattatray Padsalgikar and joint commissioner of police (law and order) Deven Bharti. The delegation demanded security for theatres following the MNS threat.