Maharaj: Yash Raj Films Reacts To Lifting Of Stay Order, Calls It Tribute To Karsandas Mulji

YRF has shared a note on their social media handles to thank the judiciary for allowing the release of Maharaj, calling it a tribute to social reformer Karsandas Mulji.
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YRH has released a note after the Gujarat HC has allowed streaming of the film

After a long wait, Junaid Khan and Jaideep Ahlawat starrer Maharaj is finally streaming on Netflix. After the Gujarat High Court lifted the temporary ban on the movie, Netflix has made it available for streaming to the audience. This happened after Yashraj Films, the production house involved in making of the film, organised a screening for the Gujarat HC bench.
Now, YRF has shared a note on their social media handles to thank the judiciary for allowing the release of Maharaj, calling it a tribute to social reformer Karsandas Mulji. In the note that the production house shared, they expressed these sentiments by writing, “We are grateful to the judiciary for allowing the release of Maharaj, a film that celebrates one of the most important social reformers of our country, Karsandas Mulji. Karsandas, a hero and a devout Vaishnav, stood for righteousness, protected women and safeguarded his community and faith. Maharaj is a tribute to his indomitable fighting spirit and his courage to be on the right side of history.”
Talking about its legacy, the iconic production house added, “Yash Raj Films has a 50-year-old legacy of championing India, its stories, its people, culture & heritage. We have never produced a film that has tarnished the reputation of our country or our countrymen. Hope you watch Maharaj and join us in saluting Karsandas.” YRF ended the note with another thank you.
Starring Aamir Khan’s son Junaid Khan, Jaideep Ahlawat, Sharvari Wagh and Shalini Pandey, Maharaj was accused of hurting religious sentiments. Gujarat HC’s Justice Sangeeta K Vishen, after watching the movie, arrived at a prima facie conclusion that the film is based on events that led to the filing of the Libel case of 1862 and is not targeted at hurting the sentiments of any community. The high court on Friday lifted its temporary stay on the release of the film and it is now streaming on Netflix.
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