The troubles of Salman Khan’s brother-in-law and Bollywood actor Aayush Sharma are about to increase. Ayush Sharma is in constant headlines these days because of his film ‘Ruslaan’. In this film, once again the action avatar of Ayush Sharma is going to be seen. But even before the film’s release, a Delhi court on Friday ordered Aayush Sharma, producer K.K. Radha Mohan and South Indian actor Jagapathi Babu after hearing a petition against their upcoming film ‘Ruslaan’.
‘Ruslaan’ release date
Additional District Judge Satyavrat Panda, Patiala House Court, while hearing the petition, issued notices to all the respondents and asked them to file their replies within a week. The matter has been listed for hearing on June 9. Social activist Jagdish Sharma and actor Rajveer Sharma, through their lawyer Rudra Vikram Singh, had filed a petition to stop the release of ‘Ruslaan’, produced by Radha Mohan. Aayush Sharma is playing the lead role in the film.
Film accused of copying
It has been alleged that ‘Ruslaan’ is a copy of the original 2009 film ‘Ruslaan’ produced by Jagdish Sharma, starring Rajveer Sharma. The petition claimed that the defendants had copied the dialogues and story of the original ‘Ruslaan’. The trailer of Aayush Sharma’s upcoming film starring Telugu superstar Jagapathi Babu and Sushri Mishra was released on 21 April. Megha Chatterjee, daughter of veteran actress Moushumi Chatterjee, also played the lead role in the 2009 film ‘Ruslaan’.
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