‘Loveratri’ lands in trouble because of title; Salman Khan says it is not demeaning



'Loveratri' lands in trouble because of title; Salman Khan says it is not demeaning

Salman Khan is all set to launch his brother-in-law Aayush Sharma and new comer Warina Hussain with ‘Loveratri’. The films trailer and promos have been gathering attention, but now it seems like it has landed in some legal trouble. According to reports, a man named Sudhir Kumar Ojha has filed a complaint against producer Salman Khan in a Bihar court. Apparently, he feels that the film’s title hurts Hindu sentiments as well as demean the festival of Navratri. However, Salman definitely does not agree with this allegation. Talking about the complaint that, some people have a problem with the title but according to him, there is nothing more beautiful than love. In fact he went on to say that the Prime Minister of the country is from that culture, so how could he insult anybody. Salman concluded his defense by saying that once the film comes out, he hopes that people will watch it and see that there is nothing wrong in it. ‘Loveratri’ is all set to release on October 5th.

2/23Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma’s ‘Loveratri’ faces defamation suit

Salman Khan's brother-in-law Aayush Sharma's 'Loveratri' faces defamation suit

Back in May, Alok Kumar, the President of Vishnu Hindu Parishad had declared in media reports that they won’t be allowing the Salman Khan produced film ‘Loveratri’ to be exhibited in theatres. The reason behind this was the accusation that the film’s title distorts the name of the Hindu festival Navratri.

Now, another petition has been filed against the film, this time by advocate Ajaykumar Waghmare. The lawyer has moved the Aurangabad bench of the High Court saying that the film is being released in and around the period of Navratri, which is sacrilegious in its intention. In his petition, Waghmare claims that the title of the film intentionally affects the standing of Hindus, and that the makers of the film have used the said title purely for monetary gains. He also claims that the title ‘Loveratri’ perverts the festival of Navratri into a festival full of ‘lewdness’ and ‘amorousness’.

The petition further seeks that the title ‘Loveratri’ be dropped along with certain objectionable scenes from the film, reasoning that this was nothing but an attempt to malign and project the Hindu festival and women in a derogatory manner. In addition to this, Waghmare has also sought an unconditional apology from the makers of the film for hurting Hindus and women’s sentiments.

3/23Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain enjoy a joy ride in auto rickshaw as they promote ‘Loveratri’ in Varanasi

Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain enjoy a joy ride in auto rickshaw as they promote 'Loveratri' in Varanasi

Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain have been treating the viewers with pictures from the sets of their debut film ‘Loveratri’. Needless to say, the duo is displayed unmatchable chemistry and it’s quite evident from the pictures.

The duo has left no stone unturned to promote their film. As their film inches closer to the release, they have been started traveling to various cities. And the latest pictures which have surfaced on the internet are anything to go by, it sees the ever-smiling Aayush enjoy a joy ride by the three-wheeler.

The pictures also saw the pretty Warina Hussain pose happily and showed off her swag.

Directed by Abhiraj Minawal and produced by Salman Khan, ‘Loveratri’ is slated to release on October 5, 2018

4/23Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma’s ‘Loveratri’ wraps its shoot

Salman Khan's brother-in-law Aayush Sharma's 'Loveratri' wraps its shoot

Team ‘Loveratri’ has finished the shooting schedule for the movie and were seen celebrating the wrap up last night. The overjoyed team was seen singing and dancing at the wrap-up party.

The lead actors, Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussin along with the ‘Chogada’ singer Darshan Rawal were grooving on the chartbuster song on the dance floor.

Aayush, Warina, director Abhiraj Minawala, DJ Chetas, DJ Lijo , Arbaaz Khan, Arpita Khan and the whole team attended the party.

‘Loveratri’ is directed by Abhiraj Minawala who will also be making his directorial debut with the film. The romantic drama will mark the fifth venture of Salman Khan Films.

5/23Here’s what advice Salim Khan gave Aayush Sharma ahead of his film debut

Here's what advice Salim Khan gave Aayush Sharma ahead of his film debut

Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma is all set to foray into Bollywood with his film ‘Loveratri’. The trailer of the film which released recently has been receiving good response from all quarters.

Debutant, Aayush who is all excited for his first big-screen break reportedly said that there is a sea of a difference between learning to act at the studio and acting on the film sets.

Reminiscing about his journey, he reportedly went on and said that the best advice he received till date was from his father-in-law, Salim Khan. The actor revealed that he went to meet Salim before taking a plunge into acting and shared his words of wisdom. Salim reportedly quoted legendary American actor and director Marlon Brando and asked Aayush to act like he has achieved all the success and that he should remain true to himself. He also said that the confidence he brings out in real life will definitely reflect on the screen and will, in turn, reflect his performance.

Directed by Abhiraj Minawal, and produced by Salman Khan, ‘Loveratri’ is set to hit the screens on 5 October 2018.


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