Mumbai, October 16 (CINEWS): Bollywood famous people Madhur Bhandarkar, Pooja Bhatt, Konkona Sen Sharma on Thursday hailed the Supreme Court’s choice to stay a state law banning move bars in Maharashtra.
The court stuck with it against move bars on the condition that exhibitions won’t be disgusting. Bhandarkar, who made a film “Chandni Bar”, set in the setting of Mumbai’s move bars, respected the choice.
“Welcome move by the Hon. Preeminent Court to put the prohibition on hold for Dance Bars in Maharashtra,” he tweeted. Filmmaker Pritish Nandy trusted that the most recent choice by the court will help in the restoration of artists, who went jobless after the administration boycott.
“Supreme Court stays prohibition on Maharashtra move bars. #GoodNews Another boycott sat tight. Presently to stop police blackmail in such move bars. What’s more, recovery of the 67,000 young ladies who were tossed out of occupations.”
On-screen character Konkona said it was an appreciated choice in light of the fact that boycott is not the right arrangement. “It is fabulous that the boycott has been lifted. On the off chance that individuals need to watch ladies in move bars then it ought to be permitted. I truly don’t have confidence in bans. It is vital to be tolerant, have a discussion and not boycott things,” she said.
On-screen character producer Pooja called it a dynamic move. “Dynamic choice by the SC!Bravo! Move bars to revive in Maharashtra as SC puts a prohibition on hold.”