Salman Khan approaches Supreme Court after receiving threats for ‘LoveYatri’

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Salman Khan has approached the Supreme Court to file an FIR against the threats that he has been receiving for ‘LoveYatri’. The film marks the Bollywood debut of Salman Khan‘s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma and has been produced under his banner of Salman Khan Films.

Previously Salman Khan and the makers decided to change the title of the film after a case was filed against the title of the film. Making the announcement regarding the change of title, Salman wrote, “This is not a spelling mistake… #loveyatri #lovetakesover…”


The makers of the film decided to change the title of the film considering the protests over the similarities between the film’s title and the Hindu festival Navratri. Also, the petition was filed against the film in a Bihar court. After getting threats and all the protests against the film, Salman Khan has now finally moved to the Supreme Court.

A post by ANI read “Salman Khan has moved to the supreme court alleging the threats against the film ‘Love Yatri’ and the content of the film. CJI Dipak Misra has agreed to hear the matter later today“. See the Tweet below.

‘LoveYatri’ follows the romance that develops between the Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain’s character in the film, over the nine-day Navratri festival. The film is slated to release on 5th October 2018.

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