The extension of shoots has milled a lot of problems for the producers of upcoming projects. With monsoon nearing, sets are always feared of being demolished due to the rains which would be an addition to the pre-existing problems.
While the makers thought they could resume shoots after getting an approval from Maharashtra Government to start shooting, Mahesh Bhatt’s Sadak 2 has once again found itself in trouble. The problems continue to pile up for the makers of Sadak 2.
Now, a complaint was filed on Thursday against filmmakers Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt, along with actress Alia Bhatt, who have been accused of ‘hurting Hindu sentiments’ through a poster of their upcoming venture Sadak 2.
A Hindustan Times report confirmed that Chief Judicial Magistrate, Mukesh Kumar, fixed July 08 as the next date of hearing in the case, lodged under IPC sections 295A (deliberately outraging religious feelings) and 120B (criminal conspiracy).
The complainant has taken exception to the use of an image of Kailash Mansarovar in the poster of the movie, which is said to be a sequel of 1990s blockbuster Sadak.
Furthermore, the report stated that Acharya Chandra Kishore Parashar, a resident of Sikandarpur locality of the town, through his advocate Sonu Kumar lodged the complaint.
For the uninitiated, The poster of the film was released during a press conference on Tuesday. Alia had read out a note which had Mahesh’s reason for featuring Mount Kailash on the poster.
She said, “Mount Kailash, the ageless mountain, has the footprints of gods and sages. It is the abode of god of all gods, Lord Shiva. So do we really need anything else? Or actors in that sacred space? Since the beginning of time, humanity found its shelter in Kailash. This is a place where all search ends. Sadak two is a road to love.?This sequel to Sadak will take you on the mother of all love pilgrimages.”
The film also marks the return of elder brother Mahesh as director after a hiatus of more than two decades.