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A women on Thursday filed a PIL (Public Interest Litigation) in the Allahabad High Court, asking for an immediate ban on the Bollywood item songs Munni Badnam Hui (Dabangg) and Sheila Ki Jawani (Tees Maar Khan). Nutan Thakur, the petitioner, charged that the songs are indecent and immoral for public viewing. She requested the court to restrict the release of Tees Maar Khan till the filmmakers chop off the song 'Sheila Ki Jawani' from the film.
She also appealed that the airing of the song ' Munni Badman Hui', from Salman Khan's blockbuster film Dabangg should be stopped immediately and should be deleted from the film asap. The lady in her PIL, which will be heard after the winter vacation, has also pleaded that the regular exhibition of the two songs are creating an ill impact on the society.
The order has been issued to the producers of Tees Maar Khan Twinkle Khanna, Shirish Kunder and Ronnie Screwvala, the director of the film Farah Khan, producers of Dabangg Arbaaz Khan, Malaika Arora Khan and Dhillin Mehta and its director Abhinav Kashyap, Censor Board and the Union of India. These personalities are responsible as the respondents of the PIL.