Indrani Mukerjea collection out on Netflix after court junks CBI’s plea

‘ The Indrani Mukerjea Story: The Hidden Reality,’ a Netflix docudrama on the Sheena Bora murder, was launched on Thursday after the Bombay High Court denied a CBI’s petition versus its streaming.

The documentary collection on Indrani Mukerjea, that is facing test for allegedly eliminating her little girl Sheena Bora, was released on the OTT platform Netflix after the Bombay High Court denied a CBI’s application against its streaming on Thursday.

The docu-series, entitled ‘The Indrani Mukerjea Tale: The Hidden Truth’, delves into the disappearance of 25-year-old Bora and was initially scheduled to premiere on Netflix on February 23.

After the CBI relocated the court, claiming that the documentary might affect the judicial procedure, the High Court asked the manufacturers of the docudrama to hold the release. On Thursday, the court allowed its release as it disregarded the CBI’s application seeking a keep till the trial in case is complete.

Bora was allegedly suffocated to fatality in an automobile by Mukerjea, her then-driver Shyamvar Rai and former spouse Sanjeev Khanna in April 2012.

Bora was Mukerjea’s little girl from her previous relationship. Her body was melted in a woodland in Maharashtra’s Raigad district.

The murder came to light in 2015 after Rai disclosed the killing following his apprehension in another case. Mukerjea was detained in August 2015 and granted bond in May 2022. The other implicated in the event, Rai, Khanna and Peter Mukerjea, Indrani’s ex-husband, are additionally out on bond.

The CBI had declared that the docudrama may develop a public perception which would certainly, in turn, influence the judicial mind. Nonetheless, the court noted that it as well had viewed the series and had, actually, thought that the CBI would not push its need versus the series

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