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Amir says PK poster was approved by Govt

Amir says PK poster was approved by Govt

India Blooms News Service | 26 Aug 2014, 07:19 pm
Mumbai, Aug 26 (IBNS): In reply to a filed petition in a civil court, Bollywood actor Aamir Khan and director Rajkumar Hirani on Tuesday said the much talked-about PK poster was duly approved by the Film Publicity Screening Committee, a government body that screens film posters to check obscenity and depiction of women in derogatory manner or highlighting violence.

The petition was filed by Hemant Patil demanding a ban on the film and the poster in which Aamir Khan is seen posing nude on the railway tracks with a radio.

Civil judge M S Sharma posted the matter on August 27 for arguments asking the plaintiff’s lawyer R N Kachave to satisfy the court whether a case of obscenity and vulgarity was made out against the actor who allegedly posed nude in the poster.

Amir says PK poster was approved by Govt

India Blooms News Service
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