Court reserves order on complaint against Shah Rukh and Salman
A New Delhi court reserved its order on a complaint against Bollywood superstars Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan for hurting religious sentiments.
A private complaint was filed against Shah Rukh and Salman who were allegedly shown wearing shoes on the set of a temple.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Vandana Jain will deliver its order on the complaint on June 4.
The complaint was filed by a Hindu lawyer Gaurav Gulati who sought action against the two Khans on charges of hurting religious sentiments.
Gulati told the court that he noticed on a YouTube post dated December 15, 2015 where the actors wore shoes on the sets of a Kali temple while shooting for a reality TV show.
An idol of the goddess was seen in the backdrop, Gaurav Gulati added.
The plea also sought action against the director and producer of the reality tv show and tv channel.
Delhi Police said in its action taken report that the promotional event was not shot to disturb sacredness of a religious place or to hurt religious sentiments.
In view of the facts and report, no cognizable offence is made out against the actors, Police added.