HC notice to “Kya Kool Hain Hum” team on plea alleging vulgarity

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today issued notices to the producers, director and writers of the film `Kya Kool Hain Hum 3′ and sought a response to a public interest litigation seeking a ban on it for allegedly vulgar content.

The division bench of Justices N H Patil and G S Kulkarni, however, said it cannot stay the release as it had already released today. The judges reprimanded the petitioner Zuber Khan for moving the court late. The petition claims that the film is vulgar and against the culture and ethos of the country. “In the trailer, the film is said to be India’s first Porn.com. The posters are vulgar with semi-nude photos,” it says.

The court issued notices to the producers Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor, director Umesh Ghadge and writers Milap Zaveri and Mustaq Shaikh apart from Censor Board and Maharashtra government.

Khan, meanwhile, said he would amend the petition and also seek a ban on another such film, “Mastizaade”, featuring Sunny Leone among others, which is scheduled to release next week.

The petition will be heard next week.

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