Amidst his box office flops, Akshay Kumar in trouble again? Gets a legal notice for THIS reason
Akshay Kumar seems to have embroiled himself in legal trouble which might spell bad news for him. After delivering back-to-back box office flops, the actor is now given a legal notice for alleged distorting of facts in his upcoming movie Ram Setu.
Akshay Kumar seems to have embroiled himself in legal trouble which might spell bad news for him. After delivering back-to-back box office flops, the actor is now given a legal notice for alleged distorting of facts in his upcoming movie Ram Setu . Former Rajya Sabha MP and BJP leader Subramanian Swamy have sent the notice to Akshay and the entire team of the movie for ‘falsifying’ facts in the movie.
Subramaniam Swamy also took to his social media handle to share the same and stated that he wishes to teach Akshay Kumar and the other team members of Ram Setu ‘intellectual property rights.’ His tweet read, “Mumbai cinema [or is it sin-e-ma] wallas have a bad habit of falsifying and misappropriation. Hence to teach them Intellectual Property Rights, I have through Satya Sabharwal Adv issued Legal Notice to Cine Actor Akshay Kumar(Bhatia) and his 8 others for distorting Ram Setu saga.”
According to a news report in ANI, the legal notice said, “My client in 2007, has successfully argued before the Supreme Court for the preservation and protection of the Rama Setu and had opposed the Sethusamudram Ship Channel Project of the Government of India which envisaged rupturing the Rama Setu [held to be sacred by Hindus], on August 31, 2007, the Supreme Court was pleased to pass stay Order against any plan to demolish or damage the Rama Setu. This was on the grounds that faith and worship is a constitutional imperative."
It furthermore went on to state, “"It has come to my Client's knowledge that, a Movie namely Ram Setu has been filmed and is set to be released on August 24. That Court proceedings are an integral part of saving the Ram Setu being demolished by previous Governments and if the same is being picturized in the Addressee's film, then my Client has contributed in the film vide the Court proceedings initiated and my Client is bound to be recognized for the same with correct picturization of original facts and the Original Petitioner's name used anywhere in the film."