The Delhi High Court has dismissed the plea of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s father KK Singh seeking a stay on the release of proposed films on Sushant’s life. This decision was given by the bench of Justice Sanjeev Narula.
Sushant’s father is upset about stopping his son’s name or likeness from being used in these films. Because according to him these films are violating his right to privacy and can affect the investigation of Sushant’s death. These films included films such as Nyay: The Justice, Shashank, Suicide or Murder: A Star Was Lost, which were reportedly based on the story of Sushant’s death.
Delhi High Court dismisses late actor Sushant Singh Rajput's father's petition against the proposed movies being made about the actor's life. Sushant's father had filed the plea restraining anyone from using his son's name or likeness in movies. pic.twitter.com/aB5WnJmIkz
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Sushant died on June 14 last year. Whose investigation is once again gaining momentum. Recently his roommate, house help cook and bodyguard have been questioned. While the film is scheduled to release on June 11. Zubair Khan is playing the lead role in the film. Veteran actors like Sudha Chandran, Asrani will also be seen in the film.
According to producer Ashok Saraogi, the story of the film is inspired from 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.