Kareena Kapoor In Legal Row For Using ‘Bible’ In Book Title

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Kareena Kapoor In Legal Row For Using ‘Bible’ In Book Title

| Updated: May 13, 2024 10:21

Petitioner claims that use of the word ‘Bible’ is hurtful to the Christian community

The Madhya Pradesh High Court issued a notice to Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan on a petition against her pregnancy memoir ‘Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Pregnancy Bible’. An advocate had filed a petition against the use of the word “Bible” in the book’s title.

A single-judge bench of Justice Gurpal Singh Ahluwalia issued the notice on Christopher Anthony’s petition to register a case against Kareena as well as the book’s sellers. The court has sought an answer from the actress on why the word “Bible” was used in the title.

Anthony has demanded a ban on the book’s sale in his petition. He has alleged that the use of the word “Bible” in the book’s title is hurtful to the sentiments of the Christian community. 

‘Cheap publicity’

“Bible” is the holy book of Christianity all over the world and it is wrong to compare Kareena Kapoor Khan’s pregnancy book with the Bible,” he said. He alleged that the actress used the word to gain “cheap publicity” for her book.

The book, published in 2021, describes the 43-year-old actor’s pregnancy journey and provides tips for expecting mothers. ‘Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Pregnancy Bible: The Ultimate Manual for Moms-To-Be’ includes tips on diet, fitness, self-care and nursery preparation.

The petitioner had first approached the police to register a First Information Report (FIR) against the actress. When they refused to file a case, he moved a lower court to file a complaint.

His request was rejected after the court said his petition failed to establish how the use of the word “Bible” in the title was offensive. He then moved the Additional Sessions Court which dismissed his petition.

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