'Mulk' gets a go-ahead from the Sessions Court

Recently, the court had granted an interim stay after hearing an application filed by Vandana Punwani, who is embroiled in a property dispute with Benaras Media Works Limited.

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It was reported earlier that Anubhav Sinha’s 'Mulk' had been granted an interim stay by Mumbai’s sessions court recently. The court was hearing an application filed by Vandana Punwani, who is embroiled in a property dispute with Benaras Media Works Limited. She claimed that the production and entertainment agency is linked with each other and therefore the release of the film should be stalled until her dues were cleared.

At present, reports suggest that the presenters of the film, Deepak Mukut and his company Soham Rockstar Entertainment moved to the court to withdraw the stay on Mulk and stated that the property doesn't belong solely to Benaras Media Works production.

After hearing the presenter, the Court said that the ban was only against Benaras Media Works and hence the film was free to release as per the scheduled date.

However, director Anubhav Sinha had tweeted regarding these reports on Twitter and had affirmed that the film will release on August 3.

Starring Taapsee Pannu and Rishi Kapoor in pivotal roles, ‘Mulk’ is a courtroom drama which focuses on a father (Rishi Kapoor) whose terrorist son (Prateik Babbar) is killed in a crossfire and how his entire family gets labeled as terrorists who run a covert training camp within their Varanasi home. Tapsee is essaying the character of a legal prosecutor alongside the talented actor Ashutosh Rana. 

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