Vivek Oberoi’s ‘PM Narendra Modi’ lands in more trouble and this time it’s the Supreme Court

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Vivek Oberoi‘s upcoming film ‘PM Narendra Modi’ has been in troubled waters since the time it was announced. First, it was declared by trolls on social media as a propaganda film. Then there was the talk about election commission not wanting the film to release. Then there was the PIL filed by a Pune resident asking for a stay on the film. Then there was the trouble with the censor board, which ultimately led to the delay of the film. Now, there’s some more fresh trouble for the movie’s makers.

The PIL was dismissed by the Mumbai High court recently, which led to a wave of happiness among the makers of the movie considering it as their biggest win.

Now, it’s being said that a Special Leave Petition (SLP) has been filed in the Supreme Court (SC) against the movie. The apex court has apparently challenged the order of the Bombay High Court, which had disposed off the PIL filed in order to put a stay on the biopic’s release. According to the SLP, the high court has not considered all the points mentioned in the petition before rejecting the plea and that was one of prime reasons for the SLP.

While many are saying that the film has been delayed by a week and will release on it’s original release date of April 12, no such information was given by the producer of the film when he tweeted about the delay in the film’s release.

Let’s wait for the official confirmation from the makers to see when the biopic on the current Prime Minister will hit theatres.

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