Non-Bailable Warrant Against Shankar is False, Claims Director of Rajinikanth-Aishwarya Rai Starrer

Director Shankar on Monday denied the stories of claiming a non-bailable warrant that has been issued towards him within the Enthrian plagiarism case. In an announcement, he stated that he was shocked to see the stories saying that an arrest warrant has been issued by the Metropolitan Magistrate Court. He stated that the reference to the warrant was on account of an internet glitch. Shankar, who directed Rajinikanth-Aishwarya Rai Bachchan starrer Ethiran, stated that his advocate approached the courtroom on February 1, the place the judges confirmed that no warrant was issued towards him. Also Read – Enthiran: Non-Bailable Warrant Against Shankar Over Rajinikanth-Aishwarya Rai Starrer

His assertion reads, “My advocate Mr Sai Kumaran has approached the Hon’ble court today and brought this to the Court’s attention. The Learned Judge was pleased to immediately confirm that no warrant has been issued against me. The reference to any warrant has apparently occurred due to a glitch in the online court reporting, which is presently being corrected.” He additional stated that such information with out verification has precipitated unnecessary anguish to his household and well-wishers. Also Read – List of People NOT Invited to Varun Dhawan-Natasha Dalal’s Wedding in Alibaug on Sunday

However, as per the earlier stories, the courtroom had issued the warrant towards Shankar as he failed to seem for hearings for round 10 years within the case. The particulars have been reported primarily based on the genuine info supplied on the positioning ‘’. The info uploaded on the positioning reads, “Records received from Hon’ble High Court. Complainant present. Accused absent. No rep. The ‘NBW’ to accused from the appearance and complainant side evidence. Call on 19.02.2021.” Also Read – From Priyanka Chopra Jonas to Amitabh Bachchan And Kareena Kapoor, How Bollywood Celebs Rang in New Year 2021

Writer Arur Tamilnandan Accused Shankar of Plagiarism:

Short story author Arur Tamilnandan in 2010 filed a petition towards Shankar alleging that he used his story Enthiran, a blockbuster hit starring Rajinikanth and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. He had alleged copyright violation of his story, which was first revealed as Jugiba in {a magazine} named Iniya Udayam in April 1996. He claimed that his story was republished in 2007 in a novel Tik Tik Deepika. In his plea, Arur alleged that Enthiran was a duplicate of his work and is punishable below the IPC and Copyright Act. He has additionally demanded Rs 1 crore from Shankar and Kalanidhi Maran, producer of Ethiran.

In 2019, Madras High Court heard the case and Shankar denied the allegations. Arur, then again, identified 29 similarities between the 2 tales. The panel of judges was satisfied by the submissions, refused to quash the money. In 2020, the Supreme Court dominated towards Shankar. However, he had pleaded that he had written Enthiran even earlier than Jugiba was revealed.

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