Prakash Jha's next Chakravyuh was in trouble for its controversial track titled ‘Mehangai'. This song included the names of some of the leading industrialist including Tata, Birla and Ambani which created trouble for the movie. The Censor Board asked Jha to include a disclaimer saying that this song is not intended to hurt anyone's feelings and thus only on this condition they would clear the song.
The Tata Group was unhappy with this decision and thus along with Bata and Birlas they decided to take legal action against the producer of the movie. The Delhi High Court gave decision in favor of Bata India and thus asked the producer to remove the reference of company from this song however a third petition by Birlas was disposed on Friday.
The Supreme Court ruled out and has allowed the screening of this song where the Court dismissed any claims of this song to be offensive to business circles. The Supreme Court bench included three judges and was headed by Chief Justice Altmas Kabir. He said that this song should be interpreted according to the theme of this film and should not be considered as an offense on any one. The Court also dismissed Bata India's petition of removing the name of company from this song. This song will now be cleared with a disclaimer that this song is not meant to disrespect people whose names are used as references in the song.