Karnataka government bans 'Hamare Baarah' film to preserve communal harmony

The Karnataka government has temporarily banned the screening of 'Hamare Baarah' for two weeks due to objections from Muslim organisations. The ban seeks to prevent religious discord and preserve communal harmony in the state.
Karnataka government bans 'Hamare Baarah' film to preserve communal harmony
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The Karnataka government has issued a temporary ban on the screening of the Hindi movie 'Hamare Baarah' for at least two weeks following objections from several Muslim organisations.

The government's order halts the release of the film and its trailer across all media platforms, including electronic media, social media, film theatres, private television channels, and other outlets.

The groups also suggested that there is a deliberate attempt to target their religion, disturb societal peace, and hurt the sentiments of Muslims.

The ban aims to prevent any potential religious discord and maintain communal harmony in the state.

'Hamare Baarah' cast features Annu Kapoor, Ashwini Kalsekar, Manoj Joshi, Abhimanyu Singh, Parth Samthaan, Paritosh Tripathi, Aditi Bhatpahri, and Ishlin Prasad, among others. Jointly produced by Ravi S Gupta, Birender Bhagat, and Sanjay Nagpal, with Trilok Nath Prasad as Co-producer and Kamal Chandra as director, 'Hamare Baarah' boasts a screenplay penned by Rajan Agarwal.

Source: India Today

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