Supreme Court Refuses To Entertain Plea Against Reality Show Lock Upp

Author : desertsafari
Publish Date : 2022-04-13


Supreme Court Refuses To Entertain Plea Against Reality Show Lock Upp

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court against the release, exhibition and publishing of the reality show Lock Upp. A bench of Justices MR Shah and BV Nagarathna asked the petitioner Pride Media to approach the trial court for an early hearing of the injunction plea. "It will be open to the petitioner to move the trial court for expeditious disposal of the plea," the bench said. The matter was then dismissed as withdrawn. Senior advocate CS Vaidyanathan appeared for the petitioner. Pride Media had moved the top court against the high court's February 26 order which set aside the ad-interim injunction granted by the trial court on February 23 regarding releasing, exhibiting and publishing the series. Pride Media contended that they came up with the story of 'The Jail' and prepared a script with 22 celebrities.New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to entertain an appeal challenging a Telangana High Court order w



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