Indian jurisprudence on animal rights is a huge point of contention and debate. The use of animals in various sports for entertainment, accompanied by cruel and inhumane treatment, triggered this debate. Liberal interpretation by the Supreme Court in the A. Nagaraja judgment, banning Jallikattu, Kambala, and Bull Race for being cruel to animals, resulted in utter chaos with pressure forcing States to amend them. These Amendments were challenged for being a mere cosmetic change of law to override the earlier judgment. This Article is a detailed comment on the judgment that ensued.