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Assistant director sends notice to Rajinikanth

Assistant director sends notice to Rajinikanth

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In recent times, irrespective of the film industry, star hero films are getting into controversies. Similarly, electronic media is playing a key role in overdoing these issues for their TRPs. Current generation directors often come up with scripts from infamous novels and claim them as theirs. Moreover, there were instances where a director plagiarizes the script discussed by his assistants.

Kaala movie assistant director sent notice to Rajinikanth, the film’s producer Dhanush and director Pa Ranjith. Speaking at a press meet, assistant director Rajasekharan said, ‘I penned the script 10 years ago. I was looking forward to making the movie with Rajinikanth sir with the same title. Director Pa Ranjith allegedly copied the script and is making the film’.

Hero Dhanush is producing the film on ‘Wunderbar Films’ production banner. Assistant director Rajasekharan approached the Chennai Court in 2017. Meanwhile, Wunderbar Films claimed that the script was written by Pa Ranjith himself. On hearing this, the Chennai court advised Rajasekharan to approach the Madras High court.

Madras High Court came forward to hear the petition filed by Rajasekharan. In the notice sent to Rajinikanth, Dhanush and Pa Ranjith, the court asked the three to give an explanation before February 12th.

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