Actors Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan were recently in a spot of legal bother due to a complaint filed against them by advocate Gaurav Gulati, for hurting religious sentiments when a ‘Bigg Boss 9’ promo was released, in which the duo were shown entering a place which appeared to be a temple with their shoes on. The latest is that a Delhi court has reserved its order on the criminal complaint filed against the two superstars.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Vandana Jain, reserved the verdict upon hearing arguments of the complainant, Gulati, who questioned the Action Taken Report (ATR) filed by Delhi Police within which the actors were given a clean chit. According to the Delhi Police compiled ATR, both Khans had been shooting at a makeshift temple which had been constructed on part of the sets of a studio especially for the reality show and had no intention of hurting religious sentiments.
Following this update, word is Gulati has now sought to file an FIR against Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan along with Colors channgel, the director and producer of ‘Bigg Boss 9’ to charge them with alleged offences��under sections 295A (deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings), 298 (uttering words with deliberate intent to wound religious feelings) and 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code. In the complaint, Gulati has stipulated that in a video for the show both the actors were seen wearing shoes on the sets of the temple while shooting for an episode of ‘Bigg Boss 9’ and an idol can be seen in the background.
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