Bollywood star John Abraham's film 'Batla House' is scheduled to be released on August 15 and has recently been asked to make some changes and the release has been approved. The Delhi High Court has allowed the release only after the change. Before its release, the Delhi High Court had directed the removal of some scenes from the film. The court also asked the makers to run the disclaimer at the beginning and end of the film. At the same time, the Makers have accepted the court order and are working on it immediately.
In fact, the Delhi High Court has also barred a martyred officer of the Delhi Police (MC Sharma) from showing the photo at the end of the film. This is because it can be told that the film is based on a fictional story. John's film is based on an encounter between police and terrorists in Delhi's Jamia area in 2008. The accused, Ariz Khan, had filed a petition in the High Court seeking a stay on the release of the film.
In addition, the other accused has also demanded a stay on the film. He believed the release would affect the hearing of the ongoing case against him in the lower court. However, Shahzad has been sentenced to life imprisonment in the case. On the film, Nikhil Advani is directing 'Batla House' and producing Bhushan Kumar, Divya Khosla Kumar, Krishna Kumar (T Series), Manish Advani, Madhu Bhojwani, John Abraham and Sandeep L.J.L. The film will be released on August 15.