Makers of Kareena Kapoors much-awaited film Heroine moved the Delhi High Court against the Information and Broadcasting Ministry's order to display anti-smoking messages in between the film. On the complaint of the Heroines producer, UTV Software Communication, Justice Rajiv Shakdher yesterday issued notice to the Information and Broadcasting and Health ministries and the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) and sought their responses by September 10 as the film is all set to hit the theatres on September 21. UTV Software Communication sought issuance of a board certificate for the movie without the conditions related to anti-smoking messages. The producer also want the revocation of the order which imposes an additional condition that films that have smoking scenes should start with a 20-second warning on smoking hazards. "It would kill the creativity of the scene," the film producer said.