Karan Johar’s film JugJugg Jeeyo in legal trouble; Copyright Infringement case filed against the makers
In a case related to alleged copyright infringement, a commercial court in Ranchi has ordered the screening of a forthcoming Bollywood movie to be screened before it ahead of its theatrical release on June 24.
The movie ‘Jugjugg Jeeyo’ produced by Karan Johar, a joint production of Viacom 18 Studios and Dharma Production, has been sued for copyright infringement by Ranchi-based writer Vishal Singh.
Singh guaranteed that the content of his story titled ‘Punny Rani’ was utilized in the movie without giving any credit and sought a stay on the arrival of the movie. He likewise demanded a compensation of Rs 1.5 crore. After the court screening, judge M C Jha will go on with the arguments and decide whether the movie violates the copyright Act or not.
Presently, Kiara Advani, Varun Dhawan, Neetu Kapoor and Anil Kapoor are on their toes promoting the movie. The four stars are venturing out through the nation to promote their movie and create as much buzz as possible. Their song Naach Punjaban has turned into a hit via social media with everybody doing its hook step and posting the video. Numerous celebs too have joined the promotions. As of late Arjun Kapoor and sister Anshula Kapoor promote JugJugg Jeeyo by dancing in Naach Punjaban songs. Maniesh Paul also portrays a pivotal role in the movie.