Delhi High Court declines to grant interim stay on Vir Das’ Hasmukh

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday declined to grant interim stay on airing of Vir Das’s Hasmukh on Netflix, dismissing a plea that had claimed the fictional series maligned the reputation of advocates. Also Read – Delhi High Court issues notice to Netflix over stay-order plea on Vir Das’ web series, Hasmukh

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The main petition seeking permanent injunction on airing of the show is pending and listed for hearing in July. Netflix, represented by advocate Saikrishna Rajagopal, said in the court that an injunction on the show would be contrary to freedom of speech and expression guaranteed under the Constitution.

It has argued that there are several judgments which say lawyers as a class cannot be defamed.

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  • ByPTI
  • Published: May 5, 2020 5:14 PM IST