Nyay: Justice Doesn’t Name or Look Like Sushant Singh Rajput: Filmmakers to HC

Nyay: Justice Doesn’t Name or Look Like Sushant Singh Rajput: Filmmakers to HC

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday ruled that the next Nyay: The Justice film, based on the life of former Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, does not represent his caricature, name or resemblance, as it does not contain a biopic.

The presentation was made by the film’s producers and director, which premiered on June 11, against a request by Rajput’s father to prevent someone from using his son’s name or likeness in the films.

After hearing the arguments of both parties, Judge Sanjeev Narula upheld the verdict on the matter and asked the film’s producers and director to release the film until the court handed down its verdict.

The court has said it will likely hand down the verdict before June 11, but if it has not been able to do so, the film’s release will be delayed.

Attorney General Chander Lall, who is appearing as the film’s director, said the film’s release has been widely released and therefore they will not be able to provide any certainty to delay it.

In light of Lall’s submission, the court said that if the verdict could not be handed down before June 11, it will again take up the matter before that date and issue interim orders to release the film.

At the hearing of the day, the Attorney General told the court that the caricature, name or similarity of Sushant Singh Rajput was not used in the film.

Lall and the Producers ’Advocate told the court that preventing anyone from making a film about what happened to Rajput would violate the freedom of expression and expression guaranteed by the Constitution.

They got that he was a Famous Rajput, people need to know what happened to him.

Without the express permission of various individuals and companies, they cited examples of Indian and foreign films and said that this activity was permissible.

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They also said that since Rajput’s death, the right and privacy to a fair trial cannot be inherited by his father.

Attorney General Vikas Singh and Attorney Varun Singh, who appeared for the father of Sushant Singh Rajput, appeared against the opinions of the film’s producer and director and since his father filed the complaint, this was the basis of FIR and trial, as well as the current lawsuit, his right to a fair trial and privacy. .

Rajput’s father – Krishna Kishore Singh – has made a number of future or proposed projects based on his son’s life: Nyay: The Justice, Suicide or Murder: A star was lost, Shashank and Unnamed, a crowd-assisted film.

Rajput’s father has argued that filmmakers are taking advantage of the situation to make a commercial profit, and therefore the right to freedom of expression and expression would not apply to them.

“The plaintiff (Singh) has confirmed that actors, films, web series, books, interviews or other materials may be published that would harm the reputation of the plaintiff’s son and his family,” in the lawsuit, seeking damages. More than two million filmmakers have claimed responsibility for Rajput’s family for the loss of “fame, head trauma and harassment”.

He also claimed that “if the publication or broadcast of similar films, web series, books or any other similar content is allowed, it would affect the right of the victim and the deceased to a free and fair trial. Cause prejudice.”

The lawsuit alleges that Sushant Singh Rajput is a well-known celebrity, “which means that the misuse of his name / image / caricature / style for interviews violates the right of identity given to the plaintiff.”

The filmmakers of the upcoming and proposed films have come out against Rajput’s father’s intentions.


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