For the past few weeks, there has been a controversy over the Shahrukh Khan-Deepika Padukone starrer 'Pathan'. Meanwhile, the trailer of the film was released last week. This time the Delhi High Court has given a new order regarding the film. According to the instructions, the production company 'Yashraj Films' has been asked to change several parts of the film.
The new guidelines call for adding subtitles to images. The court also directed that it is necessary to have audio statements in Hindi for the visually impaired audience. After these changes have to be submitted again to the censor board 'send'. The deadline given by the court is till February 20. After that, we have to wait till March 10 for the decision of the Censor Board. Within that, the modified version of 'Pathan' should be brought. But these are all for OTT-release. 'Pathan' will be available on Amazon Prime Video next April. Among them, the producers have to complete the work of adding subtitles and audio.
Meanwhile, 'Pathan' will hit theaters on January 25 in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.
The controversy started ever since the release of the song 'Behram' from the movie 'Pathan'. Initially, a section of right-wing organizations in India and some BJP leaders objected to the song's choreography. They even demanded to ban the movie 'Pathan'. Apart from this, controversy also spread on social media about the other bikini worn by Deepika.