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Same-sex marriage verdict: Here’s what Vivek Agnihotri, Hansal Mehta, Vir Das, Onir have to say

The Supreme Court docket is saying its verdict as we speak on the variety of petitions filed for the legalisation of identical intercourse marriage. The date reserved for the decision earlier was Might 11. The Structure Bench is being headed by Chief Justice of India D.Y. Chandrachud and the opposite 4 judges have been Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul, Justice S Ravindra Bhat, Justice Hima Kohli, and Justice PS Narasimha.

Filmmaker Onir and actor Vir Das have tweeted about it and given their take forward of the total verdict. The filmmaker, who dabbled with same-sex relationships in My Brother Nikhil and Pine Cone, shared a video and spoke about its significance:

He wrote- “The Supreme Court of India will deliver its verdict on #MarriageEquality this week . Hope that the weakness of the majority community to be better humans do not dictate the verdict to us being equal citizens.”

Vir Das replied to a fan who requested to maintain same-sex marriages just for America. He wrote- ” I promise you if two individuals of the identical intercourse marry one another you haven’t any cause to be anxious. Your life will utterly stay unaffected by #samesexmarriage and……most likely intercourse….and marriage. Okay bro? Calm down. Have a protein shake.”

Again in April, filmmakers like Vivek Agnihotri and Hansal Mehta additionally mentioned why it’s not incorrect to legalise identical intercourse marriages within the nation.

The Vaccine Battle‘ director had tweeted- “NO. Same sex marriage is not an ‘urban elitist’ concept. It’s a human need. Maybe some sarkari (government) elites drafted it, who have never travelled in small towns and villages. Or Mumbai locals. First, same sex marriage is not a concept. It’s a need. It’s a right. And in a progressive, liberal and inclusive civilisation like Bharat, same sex marriage should be normal, not a crime.”

Hansal Mehta had written- “Come on Supreme Court! Pave the path. Legalise same sex marriages.”

What the decision concerning the legalisation says

The Supreme Court docket of India has granted equal rights to same-sex {couples} with out legalising marriage. CJI Chandrachud has mentioned {that a} transgender man can marry a girl or vice-versa. Nevertheless, he mentioned the instructions don’t consequence within the creation of an establishment.

Different particulars concerning the verdict will comply with quickly.

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