Legal Trouble for ‘Jolly LLB 3’

Legal Trouble for ‘Jolly LLB 3’

Legal Trouble for ‘Jolly LLB 3’

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The upcoming comedy film ‘Jolly LLB 3’ starring Akshay Kumar and Arshad Warsi, has found itself embroiled in legal controversy.

A complaint has been filed against the film’s team in a court in Ajmer, alleging that it disrespects the judiciary system. Ajmer District Bar Association President, Chandrabhan Singh Rathod, lodged the complaint against the producers, director, and actors of “Jolly LLB 3.” 

The complaint asserts that the franchise ridicules lawyers and judges, portraying them in an inappropriate and indecent manner. Chandrabhan expressed concern that the film tarnishes the dignity and prestige of the judiciary system, citing scenes of violence and unethical behaviour among lawyers and judges.

The Ajmer District Bar Association has filed an application in the court of Civil Judge Ajmer North to halt the shooting of “Jolly LLB 3,” requesting the issuance of a notice. The hearing of the case is scheduled to take place soon.

As for “Jolly LLB 3” itself, the film stars Akshay Kumar and Arshad Warsi reprising their roles as lawyers, with Subhash Kapoor directing the project. 

Filming commenced in Ajmer on April 29, with Akshay and Arshad sharing a light-hearted video to mark the occasion. The third installment is expected to feature Akshay and Arshad in a conflict, with Saurabh Shukla returning as a judge.

The legal controversy surrounding “Jolly LLB 3” raises questions about the portrayal of the judiciary system in popular media and highlights the importance of respecting the integrity of legal institutions.