Mohenjo Daro not plagiarised, HC orders petitioner to pay Rs 1.5 lakh fine

By | August 3, 2016

The city High Court’s ruling that Hrithik Roshan, Pooja Hegde’s Mohenjo Daro isn’t plagiaristic has return as an enormous relief for director Ashutosh Gowariker. This ends months of allegations by Akashaditya Lama who filed a petition spoken language the movie’s script was purloined by Gowariker. Justice GS Patel pink-slipped the injunction plea against Mohenjo Daro’s unleash whereas imposing a fine of Rs one.5 large integer against Lama. The court additionally aforementioned that Lama had filed the grievance to “harass” Ashutosh Gowariker, UTV and Hrithik Roshan. Justice Patel additionally aforementioned it’s become a apply to approach the courts on the point of a film’s unleash to harass and blackmail filmmakers.

Mohenjo Daro not plagiarised

Lama had enraptured the court in July, exacting a be the discharge of the amount film. He claimed that he had narrated the story of Mohenjo Daro in 2001 to Jaswinder Ballu Saluja, an editor who has worked with Gowariker in Lagaan and Swades. Afterward he didn’t hear something and released his story has been plagiaristic once he detected of Mohenjo Daro. He aforementioned he tried to contact Gowariker however to no avail. He alleged he had approached the court because the pis aller.

Mohenjo Daro not plagiarised, HC orders petitioner to pay Rs 1.5 lakh fine

Gowariker’s interpreter told Firstpost, “Ashutosh had religion within the system and instead of talking regarding this, he has been engrossed in promoting the film and I’m positive that that’s what he can still do. Everyone seems to be absolutely equipped for August 12 and additionally the Locarno International festival.”

The fine quantity are given to Naam Foundation, an organisation based by Nana Patekar and Makarand Anaspure that works for Maharashtra’s drought-hit farmers.


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