The virtual hearing before the Delhi High Court on Wednesday in the plea filed by Bollywood actor Juhi Chawla was marred by uncouth conduct by an unidentified visitor who started singing songs from Chawla's movies..The interruptions began right from the beginning of the hearing when some visitor persistently kept asking "where is Juhi ma'am. I can't see Juhi ma'am.".Later someone was heard singing songs from movies in which Chawla acted. Justice JR Midha, who was hearing the case, initially asked the court staff to mute the concerned person. "I hope these are not distractions from the defendants," submitted Deepak Khosla who was appearing for Chawla. .The singing, however, persisted prompting the Court to ask the court master to lock the meeting. The hearing then continued for sometime before it was once again interrupted by the same person singing songs. The Court then decided to go ahead and direct contempt of court action."Please identify and issue contempt notice. Contact Delhi Police IT Department. We will issue notice," said Justice Midha. .Interestingly, Chawla herself had tweeted about the hearing in the matter inviting people to join and also provided the web link to the virtual hearing.