Ekta Kapoor Case: The problems of producer Ekta Kapoor are increasing due to the objectionable scenes shown in the Triple X web series. The Supreme Court has also reprimanded Ekta Kapoor regarding this matter. The Supreme Court on Friday slammed producer Ekta Kapoor for "objectionable scenes" in the web series "Triple X", saying she is corrupting the minds of the younger generation of this country. The top court was hearing a petition filed by Kapoor, challenging the arrest warrant issued against him for allegedly insulting soldiers and hurting the sentiments of their families in a web series aired on his OTT platform Alt Balaji. Went. went away. Ekta Kapoor's troubles are increasing A bench of Justice Ajay Rastogi and Justice CT Ravi Kumar said, "Something has to be done. You are corrupting the mind of the young generation of this country. It is available to all. OTT (over the top) content is available to all. What kind of options are you giving people? Apart from this, you are polluting the mind of the youth." Senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for Ekta Kapoor, said that a petition has been filed before the Patna High Court,But there is no hope that the matter will be listed for hearing soon. He said the apex court had earlier also given protection to Kapoor in a similar case. Supreme Court reprimanded unity The court asked what kind of option was being given to the people. "Every time you come to this court...we don't appreciate it. We will fine you for filing such a petition. Rohatgi please convey this to your client. Simply because you can hire a good lawyer. This court is not for those who have voice." The bench said, "This court works for those who do not have voice..."This court works for those who don't have voice... Those who have all kinds of facilities, if they can't get justice then think about the condition of common man," the bench said. We have seen the order and we have objections." Warrant was issued against unity The top court kept the matter pending and suggested that a local lawyer may be engaged to know about the status of the hearing in the high court. A court in Bihar's Begusarai had issued a warrant on the complaint of former soldier Shambhu Kumar. Kumar, in his 2020 complaint, alleged that the series 'Three X' (Season 2) showed several objectionable scenes involving the wife of a soldier.