Demand for ban on film on Sushant Singh’s life
A Delhi court has issued a summons to the producer of a film on the life of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
Judge Manoj Kumar Ohri has summoned filmmaker Arya Bibar on May 24. The court issued the notice at the request of Sushant Singh Rajput’s father Krishna Kishore Singh, who has filed a case in the Delhi High Court seeking a ban on a film on his son’s life.
In the court case, the father of the late actor has taken a stand that his son’s life in the film ‘Nyay: The Justice’, ‘Suicide or Murder: A star was lost’ Trying to cash in on opportunities. The plaintiff says that the reputation of my family and son is being damaged in sports, films, web series, books and interviews.
Krishna Kishore has also claimed damages of Rs 2 crore for damaging Sushant Singh’s reputation, mental stress and harassment on the filmmaker of the above film. The case alleges that publishing or broadcasting a web series, book or other material of this nature would be tantamount to harming the rights of the deceased and the victims. While the name of the late actor, misuse of image, ridiculous image, payment of dialogue will also be considered as violation of personal rights.
It may be recalled that Indian filmmaker Arya Bibar had announced to make a film on the life of the late actor in August last year. The shooting of the film has been completed and it is to be released in June this year. The case will be heard in the Delhi High Court on May 24.