The Bombay High Court on Monday ruled that Akshay Kumar starrer Jolly LLB 2 can be screened only after four controversial shots in the movie are removed. The said four scenes were - a shot where a scared judge is hiding behind the chair, another where a shoe is hurled, a scene with objectionable signalling and dialogues in an argument.
Initially, the film's producers Fox star Studios had expressed an inhibition to delete the said scenes but now they have withdrawn its plea against Bombay HC order.
Speaking to PTI, Akshay said, "I respect High Court's decision. They must have made the decision keeping everything in mind. It's the High Court, you have to abide by their rules and I always believe in abiding by the rules and we have made the changes. There is no argument about it. There will be four cuts in one scene and that whole thing has been done. The movie is releasing on February 10."