Sushant Singh Rajput died in June 2020. He died as a shock to the film industry, his fans and his family. Various filmmakers had announced films based on the life and death of the actor. Now, the Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the makers of various proposed and upcoming films on Rajput’s life to react to a plea by his father to stop him from using any son’s name or likeness in films.
Allegedly, Justice Manoj Kumar Ohri issued notice to all the concerned filmmakers and put their side till May 24 in response to the suit filed by Rajput’s father Krishna Kishore Singh.
In the petition, Rajput’s father mentions the names of some films which include- Justice: Justice, suicide or murder: A star was lost, Shashank And an anonymous crowd funded movies. According to the suit Nyay To be released in June during the shooting of Suicide or murder: a star was lost And Moon Has started.
“The defendants (the filmmakers), taking advantage of this situation, are trying to promote this purpose for the opposite purposes,” the plea reads.
Wadi (Singh) sought compensation of more than Rs 2 crore from the filmmakers for “loss of reputation, trauma and harassment” to Rajput’s family.
The plea also claims that if “a movie, web-series, book or any other material of similar nature is allowed to be published or broadcast, it will affect the rights of the victim and the deceased, as it There can be an independent and impartial test. They are prejudiced “.
The plaintiff asked the court to direct the filmmakers mentioned in the suit and anyone else to stop using their son’s “name / caricature / lifestyle or similarity in any way in their upcoming projects / films”.
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