Friday, October 15, 2021

Kangna Ranaut got another blow, FIR registered in copyright infringement case

Mumbai. Badboli actress Kangana Ranaut’s difficulties are increasing instead of diminishing. Another case has been registered against Panga Queen and her sister Rangoli Chandel. The FIR has been lodged by the Khar police following a court order. According to the complainant, he has written a book on Didda: the Warrior Queen of Kashmir and Kangana announced to make a film on him without asking him. Under this, a case has been registered against Kangana Rangoli Chandel and two others for violating copyright rules.

At the same time, senior police inspector of Khar police station Gajanan Kabdule has confirmed that, ‘After the court order, a total of 4 people have been lodged against Kangana Ranaut, Rangoli Chandel, Kamal Kumar Jain and Akshay Ranaut. . In time to come, these four will be called for questioning. Simultaneously, the investigation of the case is also going on.

Recently, Kangana Ranaut announced ‘Manikarnika Return: The Legend of Didda’. Manikarnika Returns will narrate the story of ‘Queen of Kashmir’. However, with the announcement of the film, it was accused of theft. According to ‘Didda’ writer Ashish Kaul, Kangana has stolen his script and made it his own. Kangana will play the role of Rani Didda of Jammu and Kashmir in the film. Rani Didda defeated Akranta Mahmud Ghaznavi twice.

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The actress announced Manikarnika Returns by tweeting on 14 January. In which the actress wrote, ‘Our Bharatvarsha has been a witness to the story of many bravehearts like Rani of Jhansi. Another such untold heroic story is that of a queen of Kashmir, who defeated Mahmud Ghaznavi not once but twice. At the same time, after the complaint of Ashish Kaul, the court has now ordered the Khar police to register an FIR. In view of which the police have registered a case against Kangana Ranaut, Rangoli Chandel, Kamal Kumar Jain and Akshay Ranaut under sections 406,415,418,34,120 (B) of the IPC and Copyright Act 51,63 and 66A.


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