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VENKS (S)     11 February 2010

point to be noted your Honour


I have seen in the movies so many times when the lawyer says "point to be noted your Honour".  I just wonder  what it signifies.  Is there anything more than what it literally means.



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Rajan Salvi (Lawyer)     11 February 2010


shrikant chede (law officer)     11 February 2010



Anil Agrawal (Retired)     12 February 2010

 It is to give melodramatic effect to the movie. The viewers are fooled by many other court mannerisms which have no ground reality.

Haven't you seen a person just barging into the court room when the judge is halfway through pronouncing the judgement asking him to hold it up and he stops!

Many other scenes where firing takes place inside the court room before the judge!

Film makers create fantasy which we lap.

kramer james   16 March 2022

Many other scenes in which firing occurs inside the courtroom in front of the judge!



happy wheels

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