With the offence quotient already high, filmmaker Farah Khan, actress Raveena Tondon and comedian Bharti Singh have landed themselves in legal trouble. If the reports are to be believed they have been booked for hurting religious sentiments of a community of people and below are all the details you would want to know.
According to a report in tribune, an FIR against the three has been filed at an Amritsar rural police station on December 25. The news was confirmed by the by SSP Vikram Jeet Duggal of Anjnala to the portal. A case under Section 295-A of IPC has been registered and the complainer has also provided the police with a video from the show the three had appeared on.
In another report on ourbitcoinnews.com says that the three were present on a show where during comedy segment made comments about Christianity. The same did not go well with the people that took offence as it was an insult to their faith according to them.
The reports also claim that the FIR was lodged after watching the video and the three Bharti, Farah and Raveena are yet to reply to the allegations.
While Bharati is in Amsterdam with her husband to bring in the new year, Raveena was spotted in Amritsar where she made a visit to the Golden Temple. Farah, on the other hand, has not given any comment about the FIR.