AIB event row: Mumbai HC refuses interim relief to Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor
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AIB event row: Mumbai HC refuses interim relief to Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor

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The Bombay High Court today refused to grant any interim relief to actors Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor on an FIR filed against them and some other film personalities in 2015 for allegedly using obscene and abusive language during the comedy event AIB Knockout. A bench of justices R M Savant and Sarang Kotwal directed the actors lawyer to first serve a copy of their plea to one of the complainants in the case, activist Santosh Dundkar.

The actors had urged the court to direct, by way of an interim relief, the Pune and Mumbai police to refrain from taking any coercive action against them. The bench, however, said it will consider the prayer only after the complainant was provided a copy of the petition, and scheduled the matter for further hearing on April 3. On December 20, 2014, Singh and Kapoor, along with 10 other celebrities, including Karan Johar, Deepika Padukone, and members of the AIB team, had performed at a charity event in Worli area here.

The video of the event was uploaded on YouTube a year later and it went viral. In February 2015, Dundkar filed a complaint with the chief metropolitan magistrate of Gurgaon court, alleging that the show was "vulgar, obscene...pornographic." The court then ordered that an FIR be registered against all the 10 people. Soon after, another FIR was registered against all 10 of them in Pune following a complaint by a local alleging ob...

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