Sushant Singh Rajput left for his heavenly abode on June 14, 2020. Read on to know more.
It has been almost eight months since Sushant Singh Rajput passed away. The late actor’s tragic demise left everyone in deep shock. In the midst of all this, his case has been mired in controversies at times. According to a report by TOI, a fan of SSR has been questioned by the Bombay High Court for having challenged a film based on the life of the late star. Justice Prithviraj Chauhan confronted him over whether or not he knows its content.
When being told that the said film Nyaay: The Justice maligns the reputation of Sushant and is based on distorted facts, Chauhan asks the appealer as to how does he know what they are going to do. It so happened that one Manish Mishra had earlier made an appeal to the court against the dismissal of an interim plea dated December 22, 2020. He filed the same for an injunction in the case filed by him earlier in regard to the said film produced by Sarla Saraogi.
This plea was earlier filed at the Dindoshi Civil Court. In his petition, Mishra had urged the court to stop Saraogi from advertising, displaying, exhibiting, or releasing Nyaay: The Justice. The plea also added that investigation is still underway to know whether it was a suicide or a murder. Meanwhile, Justice Prithviraj Chauhan also questioned the locus standi of Mishra for filing a suit. The latter’s lawyer Chetan C Agarwal then stated that he is a social worker, businessman, and a follower and fan of Sushant Singh Rajput. Agarwal also adds that the film’s title reveals its content. However, the filmmaker’s lawyer Ashok Saraogi said that the former has not touched upon the police probe into the late star’s death.
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