On Wednesday, June 2, a hearing was held in the Delhi High Court regarding the film Nyay: The Justice, inspired by Sushant Singh’s life story. Where the court has reserved the decision. However, he has asked the makers not to release the film. Earlier, the makers had said that the film does not use Sushant’s character and name in any form, so it is not his biopic. Significantly, Sushant’s father KK Singh had said in his petition that some film projects like Nyaya: The Justice, Suicide or Murder-A Star Was Lost, Shashank and a crowd-funded untitled film benefit by using his son’s name and death. want to earn
A bench of Justice Sanjeev Narula heard the petition filed by the film makers and father of Sushant Singh Rajput. Where he ordered that the film should not be released till the decision came. It is worth noting that the makers had announced to release it on June 11, but if the decision does not come till 11, then the makers will have to stop the release. The court has reserved its decision for the June 2 hearing. However, Chander Lal, counsel for the makers said – The film’s release has been widely publicized and hence we cannot give any assurance regarding its withdrawal.
The film is written and directed by Dilip Gulati, will hit the theaters on June 11. The makers will release this film as a tribute to Sushant. The film stars Zubair Khan and Shreya Shukla in lead roles, inspired by Sushant Singh Rajput and Rhea Chakraborty. Other actors include Aman Verma (ED Chief), Asrani (Zubair Khan’s father playing Mohinder Singh), Shakti Kapoor (NCB Chief), Anand Jog (Mumbai Police Commissioner), Somi Khan (Celebrity Manager), Arun Bakshi (Mumbai Police Commissioner). Bollywood filmmaker) and Sudha Chandran (CBI Chief).
According to producer Ashok Saraogi, the story of the film is inspired by the life of Sushant Singh Rajput. In this, the name of the lead character has been named Mahendra aka Mahi. While the character inspired by Rhea Chakraborty is Urvashi. Since this story is in the public domain, there was no need to take the rights.