The Supreme Court declined to entertain a PIL seeking a direction to censor all future social media posts by Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut.
The actress, who is known for speaking her mind, took to Instagram, where she shared a motley of pictures praying at a temple, very close to Tirupati Balaji. She even performed some rituals.
Kangana Ranaut's plea against CMM order refusing transfer of defamation case rejected by sessions court
Akhtar had filed the defamation complaint before Andheri court in November, 2020 over certain statements made by Ranaut during a TV interview.
Posting pictures with the camera, Kangana called it a blessing before her second directorial feature, Emergency.
The city police had earlier told the HC that they would not arrest Kangana Ranaut till January 25, 2022, over her social media post that allegedly linked farmers' protests to a separatist group.
Akhtar had filed the complaint in Andheri court in November 2020, claiming Ranaut had made defamatory statements against him in a television interview.
Kangana Ranaut contended that her post was misconstrued and she had no intention of hurting the Sikh community's sentiments.
On Tuesday, Kaif, 38, and 33-year-old Kaushal's pre-wedding festivities started at Six Senses Fort Barwara, Sawai Madhopur.
Kangana Ranaut seeks more time to appear before Delhi Assembly panel over 'hateful' social media posts
The committee had last month issued a notice summoning Kangana Ranaut to depose before the panel on December 6 after complaints cited an alleged offensive and derogatory Instagram story posted by her
Kangana Ranaut has essayed the role of Jayalalithaa in 'Thalaivii', which released earlier this year.
When asked about her political affiliations, Kangana said that she will stand by the party which is nationalist and that she does not belong to any political party in particular.
Kangana was returning from Manali where she had gone to celebrate her sister’s birthday with her family.
Police said when Kangana's car reached the Bunga Sahib gurdwara near in Rupnagar, a group of men and women, carrying flags of a farmer outfit, did not allow the cavalcade to move forward.
Sharing a copy of the FIR, Kangana Ranaut also requested interim Congress president Sonia Gandhi to direct Charanjit Singh Channi-led Punjab government to take action on her complaint.
The committee issued a notice to Ranaut summoning her on December 6 over complaints citing an alleged offensive and derogatory Instagram story posted by her, said a statement from the panel.