The Delhi High Court has dismissed a petition seeking the suspension of the film ‘Nyay’ made on the life of the late actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Actually, the request to ban the film was made by the actor’s father, Krishna Kishore Singh, after his death. On which, in a hearing this Wednesday, the court has dismissed it.
In the Delhi High Court, Judge C. Harishankar rejected this request by Sushant’s father, Krishna Kishore Singh. The petition had claimed from the actor’s father that the movie ‘Nyay: The Justice’ was to be streamed on an online platform. Containing defamatory statements and news articles. Along with this, this film also violates Sushant Singh Rajput’s ‘personality rights’. That is why its transmission should be prohibited.
Dismissing the petition, Judge Shankar said, “Although the film violates Sushant Singh Rajput’s publicity rights or defames him, these rights are personal to the actor.” Who have passed away with his death.” ” ” ”The actor’s father has suffered a heavy blow in this judicial hearing. Please say that the rights of the film belong to G5.
Tell them that Sushant Singh Rajput committed suicide by hanging himself at his Mumbai home on June 14, 2020. This news had shocked not only his fans but also the entire Bollywood. After the death of the actor, his girlfriend Riya Chakraborty was arrested in the drug case related to this case. Though now the actress is out of jail and these days she works as a gang leader on the Roadies TV shows.
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