Yesterday, news broke that Aaradhya Bachchan had moved the Delhi High Court after nine YouTube channels spread defamatory misinformation about her. She was said to be suffering from serious health problems. Some even claimed that he had passed away. As we know, there is no truth in this. Aaradhya Bachchan is a healthy child and is going to Dhirubhai Ambani International School. He was represented in the court by senior advocates Dayan Krishnan, Amit Naik and Praveen Anand. Now the Delhi High Court has asked nine channels to completely refrain from sharing any content on social media regarding Aaradhya Bachchan’s health. The hearing judge was C. Hari Shankar.
Amit Naik spoke to Bollywood Life in a short interview. He said, “Last week there were these derogatory videos about Abhishek’s daughter Aaradhya on YouTube. The reports were absurd that she is no more. Others wrote that she is seriously ill. We sent them notices to remove them immediately.” ” Now, the Delhi High Court has prohibited nine channels from “creating, publishing, uploading, sharing or telecasting any video which is similar or identical to the video making the subject material specified in the URL (Uniform Resource Locator)”. are identical” applications. It contains all the videos related to Aaradhya Bachchan’s physical health.
Naik told us that the court has ordered him to take down. He further added, “They violated my client’s privacy, posted defamatory material and used Bachchan’s name for profiteering. While the Court says censorship is not possible, there is an obligation and responsibility towards protecting the rights of the child.” We have zero. Tolerance for child pornography, just as there should be for material harmful to a child.” As we know, divorce rumors were rife between Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan after they were not seen together at the NMACC event.
The Delhi High Court has emphasized that, “Defendants 1-9 are hereby strictly restrained from sharing any material relating to the health or physical condition of the plaintiff in any public forum on the net.” The judge has said that every child deserves dignity whether he is a celebrity or a commoner. The judge said that this is nothing new, but here we can see a “morbid perversion” on the part of creators who are completely indifferent to the child. Naik said, “Of course celebs are soft targets but they are also entitled to privacy. No one has the right to spread such lies.”
The Delhi High Court has directed Google LLC to reveal the identity and contact details of nine entities behind those videos. They have asked Google to immediately remove and deactivate the url containing the alleged video and clip. Naik said, “The content was shocking. Whether it was a celebrity parent or a normal one, anyone would be upset and furious.”