The Madras Excessive Court docket on Friday dismissed as withdrawn a PIL petition that sought a path to the Central Board of Movie Certification (CBFC) to revoke the UA certificates — which permits youngsters aged under 12, too, to observe a film with parental steering — issued to Rajinikanth-starrer Jailer.
The litigant’s counsel selected to withdraw the case after the primary Division Bench of Chief Justice S.V. Gangapurwala and Justice P.D. Audikesavalu wished to know what was the purpose in listening to the case after a fortnight for the reason that film’s launch, by when lakhs of kids would have watched it.
In his affidavit, the petitioner M.L. Ravi had contended that the film had a number of violent scenes that have been inappropriate for kids. He questioned how a UA certificates may very well be issued for the movie by CBFC, when an A (Adults solely) certificates was issued for it within the U.S. and the U.Okay.