Kareena Kapoor Gets Court Notice For Her Book Titled ‘Pregnancy Bible’

Mumbai: The Madhya Pradesh High Court has sent Kareena Kapoor Khan a notice against the use of the word “Bible” in the title of her book, “Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Pregnancy Bible.”

The Bollywood actress received a notice, as per NDTV, following the filing of a plea by an advocate called Christopher Anthony, who expressed objections to the book’s title and called for its prohibition.  

Justice Gurpal Singh Ahluwalia’s one-judge panel has sent Kareena Kapoor a notice. He has asked the actress to respond and give a justification for her choice of words for her book’s title. The notice has been sent to the book retailers in addition to Kareena.

According to reports, the advocate went to the police initially to lodge a formal complaint against the actress for her book, which came out in 2021. He did, however, go to the lower court after police authorities declined to file a formal complaint. The lower court dismissed his plea as well, finding that the advocate had not proven that the title’s usage of the word “Bible” was objectionable. Advocate Anthony then moved to the Additional Sessions Court, but even there, his petition was denied.

Regarding her career, Kareena Kapoor was most recently spotted in Crew. In addition to Tabu and Kriti Sanon in the key roles, the film was released in March of this year.

Kareena will next be seen in the eagerly anticipated Singham Again by Rohit Shetty, which also features important roles for Ajay Devgn, Arjun Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, and Tiger Shroff. Bebo recently discussed the film with Variety, revealing that Deepika Padukone’s and her own characters have significant parts in this massive Bollywood masala extravaganza.

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