Non-Bailable Warrant Against Shankar Over Rajinikanth-Aishwarya Rai Starrer

A Metropolitan Magistrate Court II in Egmore, Chennai, has launched a non-bailable warrant in opposition to director Shankar for his movie Enthiran that launched within the yr 2010 starring celebrity Rajinikanth and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan within the lead. Shankar has been going through a plagiarism case for a couple of years after author Arur Tamilnadan complained that the director copied his story thought. Also Read – Rajinikanth vs Akshay Kumar: Annaatthe To Clash With Ram Setu at Box Office THIS Diwali

In his grievance, Tamilnadan talked about that Shankar had blatantly copied his story titled Jiguba that was first revealed in a Tamil journal within the yr 1996. Despite the courtroom’s repeated order, the director failed to seem earlier than the courtroom within the case that resulted in a non-bailable warrant in opposition to him. The case has been adjourned until February 19. Also Read – Thalapathy Vijay Beats Rajinikanth at Tamil Nadu Box Office With Master’s Fantastic Performance

The Enthiran controversy:
When the movie launched in October 2010 and went on to turned a blockbuster on the Box Office, a plagiarism concern cropped up. The author claimed that director Shankar garnered main income by allegedly stealing his story thought which is legally counted as a violation of the Copyright Act of 1957. The case has been happening for a couple of years.

Tamilnadan had revealed his story once more in 2007 in a e-book titled Dhik Dhik Deepika Dheepika.

No assertion from Shankar:
Despite the large controversy and going through the plagiarism cost, nobody from the movie’s staff got here out to formally communicate on the matter. Upon its launch in 2010, Enthiran went on to turned the highest-grossing Indian movie and ended up profitable two National Film Awards. It was launched in Hindi as Robot and as Robo in Telugu.


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