New Delhi, July 20 (ANI): Bollywood Director Kunal Kohli’s upcoming film ‘Phir se’, which had been fighting plagiarism case for almost two months, finally got a green signal from the Supreme Court today which lifted the stay on the movie’s release.
The case, which was filed by Jyoti Kapoor, came to an end with a settlement between both parties.
“The Supreme court has taken the decision to release the movie. We are waiting for a copy of the verdict. The court did not find any evidence of it being a case of copyright infringement and there are no settlement on the verdict,” said Kohli’s lawyerRaveena Rajpal.
Talking about the verdict, Kunal said, “I am relieved with the verdict. However, I do not like when same industry’s people drag you to the court. It is not a good precendent to set. We had to push forward our release due to this issue, but are now working out a date.”
The ‘Hum Tum’ fame director will be making his acting debut with’Phir Se’, where he would be seen opposite Television actor Jennifer Winget. (ANI)