Junaid Khan's debut film Maharaj which was eagerly awaited for release has now been released by Netflix India. The makers of Maharaj have to deal with a legal battle in the Gujarat High Court to release their film. And minutes after getting a clean chit from HC, Netflix released Junaid Khan's debut film on their OTT platform. For the unversed, Maharaj is inspired by a real-life case and adapted from Saurabh Shah's book, 'Maharaj'. The story revolves around a social reformer who brought about

significant positive societal changes.

Film critic Komal Nahta took to his X account to inform that Maharaj has been cleared by the Gujarat high court. "Judge said, there’s nothing objectionable in the film. So YRF and Netflix win the case. The film can be streamed on Netflix anytime now. It was to be released on 14th June but a group of people from Pushtimarg sect prayed for a ban on its release, saying that it would hurt religious sentiments," read his tweet. 
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