Jolly LLB 3: Complaint filed against Akshay Kumar, Arshad Warsi for disrespecting judiciary

Chandrabhan, President of the Ajmer District Bar Association, has filed a complaint against the film’s creators, alleging that the franchise disrespects Indian courts.

Days after Akshay Kumar and Arshad Warsi began filming for ‘Jolly LLB 3’, it was reported that the production had run into legal issues.

According to NBT, Chandrabhan, President of the Ajmer District Bar Association, has filed a complaint against the film’s creators, alleging that the franchise disrespects Indian courts.

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According to rumours, a complaint has been filed against the film’s actors, directors, and producers. In his complaint, Chandrabhan said that the movie presents lawyers and judges in a “inappropriate” manner that is “humorous and indecent.” Chandrabhan has also asked the court to stop the ‘Jolly LLB 3’ shootings. His petition will be considered later today.

“This choice was made after considering the first and second portions of Jolly LLB. Filmmakers, directors, and actors appear to have no regard for the dignity and reputation of the country’s judiciary as outlined in the Constitution. The shooting of Jolly LLB 3 is currently taking place in the nearby villages and places, including the DRM office in Ajmer, and will last several days. Even during filming, the performers do not appear to be serious about the image, prestige, and dignity of the judiciary, particularly the judges,” Chandrabhan stated, according to NBT.

According to speculations, in the third part of the film, Akshay Kumar and Arshad Warsi will clash, while Saurabh Shukla will return as a judge. Akshay recently posted an amusing video from the set of Jolly LLB 3. In the video, Akshay and Arshad are dressed in black robes. Arshad began by alerting everyone about “Jagdish Tyagi aka Jolly BA LLB Duplicate”. Following this, Arshad was seen identifying himself as the “original” Jolly. The video closed with a sighting of Saurabh Shukla.