PK effect: Case against Aamir Khan for vulgarity

Aamir Khan may not have anticipated this. While his colleagues, fans and twitterati went gaga over his first (read nude) look in PK, there was someone who thought it is obscene.

An advocate from Kanpur has filed a case against him, producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra and promoters of the film over the promotional poster published in newspapers on Friday.


According to a leading daily, advocate Manoj Kumar said the ‘obscene pic’ had terribly hurt his sentiments. “When I received a copy of the newspaper I was shocked with the poster. Newspaper reaches crores of people, including children and the elderly.”

The case has been filed under section 292 of the IPC, for obscenity.

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