Delhi High Court today said there was nothing offensive in Aamir Khan's film 'PK' and there was no substance in allegations that it has defamed and maligned Hindu culture and religious practices. A bench, comprising Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice R S Endlaw, said there was nothing wrong in the movie and a detailed order would be passed on merits. "What is wrong in the movie? You cannot take offence at everything. We do not find any substance in the allegations made in the petition. We will pass an order on merits," the bench said. During the hearing, Additional Solicitor General Sanjay Jain told the court that a similar plea has already been dismissed by the Supreme Court. He said there was a provision to appeal against the certification of the movie. Aamir Khan's 'PK' fuelling row on Twitter after Charlie Hebdo attack in France: If Hindus debate over a movie,they named fanatics. If Muslims kill over a cartoon, it is civilized #CharlieHebdo pic.twitter.com\/Q4zbtPNfyz \u2014 Himanshu (@himanshushirsh) January 8, 2015 On this, the court said the right of appeal against certification was limited to makers of the movie and not open to outsiders. This is a good one! All for #PKMystery @Achinkapoor1: @suchetadalal @KjdSingh whats ur credibility ma'am \u2014 Sucheta Dalal (@suchetadalal) January 7, 2015 The High Court was hearing a PIL filed by Ajay Gautam seeking directions to delete "objectionable" scenes from the movie 'PK' claiming that the contents of the film have hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus. "There are certain sequences in the movie which have the potential of hurting Hindu religious sentiments and the Censor Board has not given it a serious consideration while granting the certificate of fitness for its release in theatres," it said. It said that law and order situation was also affected at many places after the release of the film due to "large scale" protests and demonstrations seeking ban on the film. @suchetadalal @rahulroushan @aamir_khan Me too watched in theater, total of 25 odd people, on 4th day of release. \u2014 RAJESH GUPTA (@rkg04) January 6, 2015 "Restrain opposite parties to ensure that the film is not displayed in any theatre or on any of the TV channels in any form with offensive sequences," the plea said.