Court Asks Police to File Case Against Kangana Ranaut on Copyright Complaint

The difficulties of film actress Kangana Ranaut are constantly increasing. Now the Khar Police of Maharashtra has filed an FIR against Kangana on the court’s order, after the Delhi Court ordered the Delhi Police to file the ATR in the Kangana case due to the alleged terrorist remark against farmers. Khar police of Maharashtra have registered an FIR after film actress Kangana Ranaut’s new film ‘Manikarnika Returns – The Legend of Didda’ came under copyright disputes.

Kangana Ranaut

This FIR against Kangana has been taken by the Khar Police on the orders of the Addition Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court of Bandra. According to the complainant, he has written a book on The Legend of Didda and Kangana announced to make a film on this without asking him. Therefore, a case of fraud has been registered against her.

What is the whole matter?

On January 14, Kangana Ranaut announced her new film ‘Manikarnika Returns – The Legend of Didda’ based on Didda known as ‘Warrior Queen of Kashmir’. But with this announcement, her film has came under the scanner of controversies. In 2019, the author of ‘Didda – The Queen Warrior of Kashmir’ and a descendant of Didda, Ashish Kaul accused Kangana Ranaut of copyright infringement of his English book to make her film.

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Ashish Kaul said, “The world was unfamiliar with the adventures of Rani Didda, who ruled the Lohar area of ​​Kashmir almost 1000 years ago and only 99% of people came to know about her heroic stories through my book. Since I am a descendant of Didda, I got all kinds of material to write a book on her directly from my grandmother Saubhagyavati Killam. After almost 6 years of hard work, I found it written by Richter. My book is written by someone on Didda is the only book written and based on authentic and historical facts. “

Ashish says that he has also made a documentary on Didda for the series ‘Stree Desh – Forgotten Women of Kashmir’, a documentary series commissioned by the Indira Gandhi Center for Arts under the Government of India, which is ready and will be released soon. In this documentary series of 13 episodes, Ashish has also shown the valor stories of 12 other unfamiliar women.

Ashish says, “I requested to write a prologue for the Hindi translation of my book written in English through a mail written to him from Kangana Ranaut. In this mail I also attached the story of my Didda. I wrote this mail to Kangana on 11 September 2019, to which I have not yet received any reply. Apart from this, I had also tagged Kangana several times on Twitter in connection with my book, which you people can see for yourself. “

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