Delhi High Court dismisses father KK Singh's appeal against films being made on Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput (Photo Credits: Twitter)

The Delhi High Court has rejected the appeal of Krishna Kishore Singh, father of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, in which he sought a ban on films being made on the actor’s life and things inspired by him. was. Sushant’s family had alleged that many filmmakers and directors are taking advantage of Sushant’s death story and trying to present his story through the film.

The actor’s family had approached the Delhi High Court raising objections, after which the hearing was going on. Now the news came that the court has rejected the appeal of the actor’s father, rejecting his appeal. Sushant’s father had requested the court to ban the films being made inspired by the actor’s life and his story.

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Recently, the teaser of the film ‘Nyay: The Justice’ was released, after seeing that it was being speculated that its characters and story are very similar to Sushant’s life. Regarding this, the actor’s father KK Singh had dragged its makers to the court. He had said that people are misusing Sushant’s name to get publicity and are busy making profits from it.

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Along with this, films were also being made with the titles ‘Suicide and Murder: A Star Was Lost’ and ‘Shashank’ inspired by Sushant’s life. But now the way for the release of these films has been cleared for its makers.

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