Supreme Court gives huge relief for release of ‘LoveYatri’


The Supreme Court has given huge relief to Salman Khan’s upcoming production ‘LoveYatri’, which hits cinemas in a week’s time.

According to reports, no coercive action can be taken in any part of the country against the film. ‘LoveYatri’ has been in legal trouble after uproar about the film’s name, which was earlier known as ‘Loveratri’. Protesters said that the film sounded too similar to ‘Navratri’.

Khan recently told reporters the reason why the film’s name was changed. He said, “This film is set in Gujarat during the festive time of Navratri. If any person feels that it’s an offensive title, we will change it. We don’t want to hurt sentiments of people because we are making a love story not a hate story.”

‘LoveYatri’ stars Khan’s brother-in-law, Aayush Sharma and newcomer, Warina Hussain.

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