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Akshay Kumar in legal trouble, Jaipur court summons actor

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The petitioner had stated that certain scenes in the movie Jolly LL.B 2 show the profession of lawyer in a bad light.

This is some bad news for Akshay Kumar and his fans. The controversies surrounding Akshay’s upcoming movie Jolly LLB 2 refuses to die down. After Bombay High Court, a Jaipur court on Monday summoned actor Akshay Kumar and asked him to appear before the court on March 10. The petitioner had stated that certain scenes in the movie Jolly LL.B 2 depict the profession of lawyer in a bad light.

Earlier, a similar appeal was filed against the film in the Bombay High Court after which a three-member panel was formed to review the film. Ajaykumar Waghmare, the petitioner of the case had filed a petition in the Bombay High Court stating that certain scenes in the movie depict the judiciary and the legal professional in a bad light. The petition was accepted and the High Court formed the committee to watch the movie and submit a report on the same.

Jolly LLB 2 is a satirical comic courtroom drama based on true incidents. It is a sequel to 2013 super hit film Jolly LLB which starred Arshad Warsi. Directed by Subhash Kapoor, the film also features Huma Qureshi, Saurabh Shukla and Annu Kapoor in lead roles.

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