.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Juhi Chawla filed a lawsuit against 5G that was dismissed on Friday (Photo Credit: Instagram/@iamjuhichawla)

  • Juhi Chawla said she is not against 5G rather she welcomes the new technology 
  • "We just want to know that it is safe", she said on Wednesday 
  • Delhi High Court dismissed the petition, saying it was a publicity stunt 

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Juhi Chawla is a Bollywood actor and an environmental activist. (Photo credit: Instagram/@iamjuhichawla)

  • Chawla filed lawsuit against 5G technology saying that it was “extremely harmful” to people
  • Chawla’s statements said that there were sufficient reasons to believe that the radiation was harmful
  • Delhi High Court dismissed the lawsuit, saying, "Plaintiff has no personal knowledge of the plaint"

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Juhi Chawla's lawsuit challenging 5G wireless network technology was dismissed by the Delhi High Court on Friday. (Photo Credit: Instagram/ Juhi Chawla)

  • The court said the suit was filed to gain publicity
  • A cost of Rs 20 lakh is imposed on the actor
  • Juhi Chawla had  circulated the video conferencing link of the hearing on her social media account

Juhi Chawla's 'Lal lal hoton pe gori tera naam hai' from the 1995 movie 'Najayaz' also found room in the virtual hearing. (Photo credit: Instagram/iamjuhichawla)

  • Hearing on actor Juhi Chawla's plea against the implementation of 5G technology was briefly interrupted on Wednesday
  • The song, 'ghoongat ki aad mein...', from 'Hum hain raahi pyar ke' suddenly started ringing during the hearing
  • The person singing the songs was removed several times from the hearing

.New Delhi, Delhi, India
Bollywood actor and environmental activist Juhi Chawla has filed a petition in Delhi High Court against implementation of 5G wireless network. (Photo Credit: Twitter/@iam_juhi)

  • The actor has filed a suit against the implementation of 5G in India
  • She says that it’s important to address the problems it will harm the environment
  • The next hearing will be held on June 2

.Cape Town, South Africa
Iridium is used particularly in the electronics and chemical industries. (Photo credit: Envato Elements)

  • Iridium is a by-product of platinum extraction
  • It is extremely hard, with a very high melting point
  • Iridium is especially sought after for mobile phones, where demand is soaring as 5G technology is rolled out