The Supreme Court has lifted the ban on ‘The Kerala Story’ in West Bengal

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New Delhi The Supreme Court on Thursday ordered the removal of the ban imposed by the state government on the screening of ‘The Kerala Story’ in West Bengal.

The court also said it would like to watch ‘The Kerala Story’ before deciding on the petitions challenging the certificate granted to the film.
The bench will hear the petitions challenging the grant of CBFC certificate to the film in the second week of July. The bench headed by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud noted that the film has a certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and that the peace-law It is the responsibility of the state government to maintain

“Bad films do not do well at the box office,” the bench said. Justice P.S. Narasimha and Justice JB. Pardiwala: The court has asked the makers of ‘The Kerala Story’ by 5 pm on May 20 to give a ‘disclaimer’ to allegations that 32,000 women converted to Islam in the film.

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