Bihar's Muzaffarpur Civil Court on Wednesday ordered an FIR to be lodged against actor Salman Khan, claiming that his upcoming romantic movie 'Loveratri', which is set to be released around Navaratri, will hurt the sentiments of the Hindus.
Speaking to the media, advocate Sudhir Ojha, who filed a PIL against the film, said that he argued in court that the movie was being released around Navaratri/Durga Puja to "hurt the sentiments of the Hindus".
"Court took the matter seriously, and gave an order for an FIR to be filed," he said.
Ojha also said that an arrest may take place after the FIR is lodged.
The romantic drama is set in Gujarat against the backdrop of Navratri, where a happy-go-lucky boy from Baroda (Aayush), falls in love with an NRI, (Warina) when she visits the town during the nine-day festival.
'Loveratri' is slated to hit the big screens on October 5.
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