India, June 20 -- The Bombay high court on Wednesday granted permission to release Annu Kapoor starrer Hamare Baarah after the petitioners and the filmmakers both agreed to certain edits suggested by the court. The makers and producers also agreed to pay a fine of Rs.5 lakh for releasing a trailer comprising uncertified scenes that were in violation of the Cinematograph Act.

The high court bench, comprising Justice BP Colabawalla and Justice Firdosh Pooniwala, passed the order on a petition filed by Azhar Basha Tamboli raising concerns that the film's content could potentially hurt the religious sentiments of Muslims and promote domestic violence. The court also addressed intervention applications from Shaheen Shahnawaz Khan and Shama Ha...