The Delhi High Court Thursday cleared the release of Bollywood film "Sorry Bhai", lifting the stay after its producers agreed to delete a contentious song.
The film was scheduled to be released on Friday.
The court on Wednesday stayed the release of the film till Dec 8 following a complaint by singer Rabbi Shergill that one of the film's songs was copied from a composition from his album 'Avengi Ja Nahi'.
The film will release on Friday as originally scheduled subject to deletion of the particular song and the music related to the song from the film.
"Sorry Bhai" has the punch line "Come, fall in love with your brother's bride". It stars Sanjay Suri, Sharman Joshi and Chitrangada Singh in lead roles, supported by Shabana Azmi and Boman Irani.
Indo-Asian News Service
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