POCSO Filed A Complaint Against Director Mahesh Manjrekar For Depicting Children In An Offensive Way
A case has been recorded against the entertainer and chief Mahesh Manjrekar at Mumbai’s Mahim police headquarters for apparently showing profane scenes highlighting small kids in his impending Marathi film ‘Nay Varan Bhat Loncha Kon Nay Koncha’, according to police. The case was documented under IPC Sections 292, 34, Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses (POCSO) Section 14, and IT Sections 67, 67B. Filmmakers Shreyash Hirawat and Narendra Hirawat as well as partner maker Jitendra Shinde were likewise referenced in the grievance.
Aside from the movie producer, the complainant has additionally referenced the names of makers Narendra, Shreyans Hirawat, and NH Studioz for the situation. Earlier in January, the National Commission for Women (NCW) has communicated disappointment over the trailer of movie producer Mahesh Manjrekar’s Marathi film ‘Nay Varan Bhat Loncha Kon Koncha’.
The commission has gotten a protest from an association in Maharashtra over the trailer of the film. NCW boss Rekha Sharma has composed a letter to the Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, to blue-pencil the intense and physically unequivocal scenes in the film’s trailer.
Seema Deshpande, leader of Bharatiya Stree Shakti, a ladies strengthening NGO, documented a grievance asserting that the film’s trailer depicts physically unequivocal scenes. She additionally guaranteed that the film’s language is indecent. Deshpande had documented the FIR against the movie’s chief at the POCSO court in Mumbai in January in the wake of watching the trailer and finding indecent components. On February 18, Additional Sessions judge N S Shaikh, in light of her grumbling, guided Mahim police to lead examinations concerning Manjrekar and others under Section 156 (3) of the CrPC, which permits officers engaged under Section 190 to arrange a police examination.