Supreme Court snubs nude poster, gives green signal to Aamir Khan's PK
Despite controversy over his nude picture on the poster of the movie, Aamir Khan finally managed to get the apex court's nod. The court dismissed a plea filed against Aamir Khan and director of film 'PK' for allegedly showing nudity in the movie. The court said these are matters of art and entertainment and let them remain so.
Don't watch Aamir Khan's PK if you don't like it: Supreme Court to petitioner
It added that any restrictions on release of film would affect constitutional right of the film makers. It suggested that the petitioner may not watch the film if he does not like it but religious facets should not be brought into this.
A public interest litigation was filed in the court by the All India Human Rights and Social Justice Front to ban the release of the film.
The petitioner made Aamir Khan and the director of the film Rajkumar Hirani parties in the case in addition to the Centre and the Information and Broadcasting Ministry. Another case is also pending in Kanpur against the poster of the film.