Controversy has erupted around Aayush Sharma‘s upcoming film, Ruslaan, as the actor receives a legal notice over alleged copyright infringement. A Delhi court has recently served a notice to Aayush Sharma, who is known as Bollywood superstar Salman Khan‘s brother-in-law, along with producer K. K. Radhamohan and South Indian actor Jagpathi Babu. The notice, issued by Satyabrata Panda, an Additional District Judge at the Patiala House Court, has directed all the defendants to submit their responses within a week.
The case is scheduled for another hearing on June 9. Social activist Jagdish Sharma and actor Raajveer Sharma, represented by their lawyer Rudra Vikram Singh, have filed an injunction suit seeking to halt the release of the film. Ruslaan is being produced by Radhamohan, with Aayush Sharma in the lead role. The plaintiffs claim that the movie is a replica of the original 2009 film Ruslaan, produced by Jagdish Sharma, where Raajveer Sharma portrayed the main character.
The petition alleges that the defendants have copied dialogues and the storyline from the original film. Aayush Sharma’s upcoming movie, which also features Telugu superstar Jagapathi Babu and debutant actress Sushri Mishra, unveiled its trailer on April 21. The 2009 film Ruslaan starred Megha Chatterjee, daughter of renowned actress Moushumi Chatterjee, in the lead role.
Directed by Katyayan Shivpuri, Aayush Sharma’s Ruslaan showcases the actor in a distinct role that highlights his versatility and ability to embrace diverse characters. The recently released trailer received an overwhelmingly positive response from the audience, who were captivated by Aayush Sharma’s portrayal of a unique character. Fans and movie enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating the performances of Aayush Sharma and Sushri Mishra in this cinematic venture.
As the legal battle unfolds, all eyes will be on the outcome of the case and the impact it may have on the release of Ruslaan. Stay tuned for more updates on this controversial issue that has sparked debates and raised questions about originality in the world of cinema.