Entertainment: According to the allegations, Article 21 of the Constitution is being violated in the title dog and story of the film.
Tabu and Arjun Kapoor starrer film 'Kutte', which is going to release in theaters on January 13, seems to be embroiled in controversies even before its release. A petition has been filed in the Rajasthan High Court regarding this, in which it has been asked to change the title of the film citing 'Right to Leave with Dignity'. The petition has been filed by a daughter of a Rajasthan Police officer. The hearing in this matter is to be held on the 12th. This petition has been filed regarding the image of the police, in which it has been said that this film made around the life of the police will give a wrong impression of the image of the police. The poster also shows people dressed in police uniforms but all with dog faces. This petition has been filed on behalf of the minor daughter of an officer working as an Additional SP in Rajasthan Police, which will be heard in the court of Justice Arun Bhansali on January 12.
What is a complaint?
Advocate Dipesh Beniwal, appearing in the case on behalf of the police officer's daughter, said that the violation of the Right to Leave with Dignity under Article 21 of the Constitution is visible in the title dog and story of the film. This petition has been filed regarding this. The title of the film has been linked to the entire police community, something similar seems to be happening in the trailer which is not correct. This will have a bad effect on the image of the police. The film, directed by Vishal Bhardwaj's son Aasman Bhardwaj, stars Arjun Kapoor and Tabu in the lead roles and stars Nasruddin Shah, and Konkona Sen among others. The film will be released in theaters on the 13th, while now the hearing in this matter is to be held on the 12th of January.