PM Narendra Modi biopic hearing postponed by Supreme Court to Tuesday

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"We fail to understand why such a direction be given".

The bench referred to CBFC Chairperson Prasoon Joshi's interview with PTI on April 4, in which he said the movie was yet to be certified. The bench said that it was not unusual to make a statement on the release date of the film, as the producer may have assumed that it will get certification from the Censor Board. The bench also stated that there is no cause of action or sufficient evidence to challenge its release. Modi biopic will release in 1700 screens in India and about 600 screens overseas. When the bench asked the petitioner whether he had watched the film, Singhvi replied in the negative.

Singhvi also submitted that the judges themselves can see the film in advance to decide and decide the matter. Vivek Oberoi is a star campaigner for national polls for BJP in Gujarat. According to, Panwar claimed in his petition that the film is a "propaganda vehicle timed for release in coordination with the upcoming elections".

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"If I join politics, I might think of contesting from Vadodara in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections just because of the love and affection people gave PM Narendra Modi when he contested from here", Oberoi said after being asked whether he would take the political plunge. The SC has also said that the order on whether the film violates the Model Code of Conduct can not be determined without watching the film. On Thursday, the apex court had agreed to hear on April 8 a Congress leader's plea which sought deferment of the biopic's release till the completion of the upcoming Lok Sabha polls, alleging that it was created to "manipulate, influence and impress viewers and voters".

He said the movie was driven by little to no artistic inspiration and was instead created to manipulate, influence and impress viewers and voters in the run-up to the elections. Earlier the movie was supposed to be released on April 12, a day after Lok Sabha elections in India began, but after drawing flak, the movie was shifted a day forward to April 5.

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