Mumbai, October 9 (CINEWS): Listening to a suit which asserted that the narrative of Salman Khan-starer Bajrangi Bhaijaan has been counterfeited, the Bombay High Court on Thursday declined to give any interval alleviation by staying its world television premiere on October 10.
Justice Gautam Patel, then again, coordinated that every one of the film’s returns ought to be touched and kept aside amid the pending of notice of motion taken out in the suit. The notification of movement taken out by the plaintiff, Mahim Joshi, in the suit documented by him had asked the court to finish what has been started arrival of the film which has run houseful appears following its release on Eid this year.
The HC said it was not inclined to grant a stay on TV premier show yet requested that the film’s proceeds ought to be kept independently until the matter was chosen.
The plaintiff argued that he had composed the story and had enrolled it with the Film Writers Association. Be that as it may, he was astounded to discover in the wake of the survey the film that it was copied. Consequently, he had documented a suit looking for a credit line for the story and suitable pay for utilizing his script.
The high court has posted the matter for further hearing on October 20.
The film recounts the tale of a man who assists a mute little girl return home in Pakistan in the wake of losing all sense of direction in India where she accompanies her mom.