The Supreme Court has refused to hear an urgent plea from the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak’s Committee (SGPC), who is seeking an order of modification to the movie ‘Nanak Shah Fakir’.

DNA India reports that the court bench did not agree to the submission of Satender Singh Gulati, counsel for SGPC, who wanted their plea to be heard on Thursday or Friday, prior to the film’s release on Friday. The plea has now been listed to be heard in court on Monday.

The SGPC’s counsel said that nobody should be permitted to portray the life of Sikh gurus and their families on screen.

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