Delhi High Court Order To Remove SRK’s Jawan Leaked Videos
The Delhi High Court has ruled in Shahrukh Khan’s favor regarding the video leak case of the film Jawan. The court has ordered all social media platforms to remove the leaked clips of the jawan. On Tuesday, the High Court restrained websites, cable TV platforms, direct to home service and all other platforms from infringing on the copyright of the jawan.
Actually, Shah Rukh Khan’s film Jawan is ready for release on 2 June. Meanwhile, even before the release of the film’s trailer, two videos of Jawan have been leaked on social media, which are during the shooting of the film.After the videos were leaked, Shah Rukh and Gauri Khan’s production company Red Chillies approached the High Court, regarding which the court has now given its verdict.
The Delhi High Court, in its order, has directed social media platforms like YouTube, Google, Twitter and Reddit to take strict action against those showing copyrighted content of the film Jawan on the platform. Justice C Hari Shankar has ordered several internet service providers to block access to channels that are showing content related to the film.
Red Chillies Entertainment has told in a complaint to the High Court that two video clips related to the film have been leaked on social media platforms. The first clip had a fighting sequence involving Shah Rukh. Whereas the second clip was of a dance sequence, in which Shahrukh and Nayanthara are seen.
The court said in its decision that some photographs and videos were leaked from the sets of the film. In such a situation, many social media handles can leak more videos related to the film. In such a situation, it is necessary to stop it. The court further said that the continuous exposure of such videos and photographs would affect the promotion of the film. Also, piracy will be encouraged when it is released in theatres.