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Petition to boycott Aamir Khan's son's film 'Maharaj' gets 25,000 signatures in 24 hours

Before the debut of Aamir Khan's son in Bollywood, his son's film has been put on hold in Gujarat. Maharaj is the debut film of Aamir Khan's son Junaid Khan. The film is based on the 'Libel Case 1862'.
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Bollywood star Aamir Khan's son Junaid will debut in Bollywood soon. On which fans are also wishing him good luck. But before Junaid can fly to Bollywood, his film has stalled in release. Because Gujarat High Court has stayed Aamir Khan's son's film Maharaja. The film was slated to release on June 14 on Netflix and Junaid was also slated to make his debut with the film.

Discussions have been going on for a long time about the film of the same name based on the book 'Maharaj' written by Saurabh Shah. The petition aims to protect the integrity of Sanatan Dharma by opposing the release of the film 'Maharaj'. Accepting the ongoing controversy regarding the film, the High Court has announced a stay on the release of 'Maharaj'.

The film should be banned

Justice Sangeeta while passing judgment said that this film should be banned. Some applicants have objected to this. The court has issued a notice. It is being said that the hearing will be held on June 18. Devotees of Lord Krishna and Vallabhacharya have filed a petition in this regard. The petition states that the film is based on the Libel Maharaj case of 1862 which has an adverse impact on public order. He also says that the film also hurts Hinduism.

A petition to boycott the film 'Maharaj' has garnered 25,000 signatures within 24 hours, encouraging all supporters of Sanatan Dharma to unite to protest the release of 'Maharaj'. The next court decision on the film will be on June 18 and the petitioners request the community to raise their collective voice before this date.

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