Judgement Of High Court Favours Mersal
Reported By 28 Oct 2017
There have been a lot of ups and downs for director Atlee’s Mersal. Right from the time before the film got released and even after that it is in midst of unending trouble. The content of the film criticising GST and the medical facilities has created a lot of buzzes. Moreover, this has lead advocate Ashvathaman to file a PIL requesting re-censor for the movie.
The advocate has appealed for removing certain dialogues and sequences from the film. The PIL was heard at the High Court yesterday and the case was in favour of Mersal. The honourable judge dismissed the case citing its credibility. The judge even counter-questioned the petitioner and asked him why he had never thought of questioning those films, which had smoking and drinking sequences.
Further, he cited about those films that demean the livelihood of differently-abled people. The judge said that removal of dialogues and sequences from the film will not be instructed. Adding to that he said that censor certificate will not be canceled.