Bombay High Court Ask Sushant Singh Rajput Fan: How Do You Know About The Film ‘Nyaay: The Justice’?
On Wednesday, Bombay supreme court questioned a “social worker” who has challenged a movie being made in the lifetime of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput whether he knows its contents.
“How do you said what makers are going to do?” questioned Justice Prithviraj Chavan, who was told the film defames the reputation of Sushant and is predicated on distorted facts. The court heard an appeal by Manish Mishra against the December 22, 2020 dismissal of his interim plea for an injunction during a suit filed by him in the Dindoshi Civil Court regarding the film ‘Nyaay: The Justice’ which Sarla Saraogi produces. “Investigation about the said matter is yet to decide the correctness of either suicide or murder,” it added. Telling that shoot work has started, Mishra’s appeal’s HC to restrain Saraogi from releasing, presenting, displaying and advertising the film
Justice Chavan questioned Mishra’s locus standi to file a suit and his interest. His client is “businessman, public servant and a lover and Sushant’s follower, said Mishra’s advocate Chetan C Agarwal, . Advocate said the film’s title itself reveals the contents of the film. “How can they say it’s not affecting the investigation facts? The title itself shows,” he added. But the maker’s advocate Ashok Saraogi replied, “It (title) are often for love or money. The maker has not reached upon the police investigations into the actor’s death.” He also noted that the Dindoshi judge had asked: “Unless the film is released, how can it’s said that it shows distorted facts?”
Justice Chavan posted the hearing in the first week of March saying there’s no urgency. Saraogi apprehended that the studio handling post-production won’t be ready to complete its add case Mishra informs it about his appeal. “If someone is doing something correctly, there’s no got to be afraid.,” Justice Chavan remarked.