MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday said there would be no probe against Aamir Khan's film PK in the state.
Fadnavis said there was no question of not letting the film screen as it was cleared by the censor board.
The Chief Minister's clarification came amid reports that the state government had initiated an inquiry to find out whether the film carried any “objectionable scenes.”
The Viswa Hindu Parishad and other organisations had staged protest across the state stalling the screening of the film.
The VHP had announced that it would not allow screening of the film till the objectionable content is removed.
Released on December 19, ‘PK’ has earned more than Rs 200 crore at the box office. Meanwhile, he Information and Broadcasting(I&B)Ministry on Tuesday said it could not act on a film, once it has been cleared by the Censor Board.
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