Rajkotupdates.news : RRR filed Pil in Telangana high court before release. Rajamouli Rama Rao (RRR), a well-known Telugu film director, producer, and screenwriter, recently submitted a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) to the Telangana High Court. The highly anticipated Indian film, RRR, has made headlines since its announcement. The movie, directed by S.S. Rajamouli, features a star-studded cast, including Ram Charan and Jr. NTR. However, the film has faced several hurdles in its production and release.
The Public Interest Litigation (PIL) asserts the illegal use of the mark “RRR” and the violation of intellectual property rights (IPR). In this lawsuit, the Registrar of Trademarks and a private entity known as RRR LIFE SCIENCES PVT LTD are name defendants.
We will offer an in-depth analysis of the state and help you to understand the possible consequences of this PIL.
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Chartbuster RRR in trouble: PIL Filed In Telangana High Court
A significant update is coming for all Alia Bhatt, Ajay Devgn, Ram Charan, Jr NTR, and SS Rajamouli fans and followers. The blockbuster film, which is suppose to be released on January 7, was postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. And now it appears that the team is in even more turmoil. According to recent reports, a student from Andhra Pradesh named Alluri Sowmya has filed a Public Interest Petition (PIL) against the film, insinuating that it distorts historical facts. According to reports, she demand a stay order on the film and that a censor certificate not issued to them.
Alluri Soumya of Satyavarapu Undrajavaram in West Godavari district has filed public interest litigation (PIL) against the film’s producers in the Telangana High Court. She claimed the film destroyed Alluri Sita Ramaraju and Komaram Bheem’s history. According to sources, the case hear by Justice Ujjal Bhuyan and Justice Venkateswara Reddy. According to Justice Ujjal Bhuyan, the PJ will hold a CJ tribunal hearing.
Rajamouli never contended that the film was based on actual events and always clarified that it was a fictional work based on existing characters. For many years, no one knew what happened in the lives of those two freedom fighters, and Rajamouli found his tale in those unknown years.
How Did RRR Makers Respond to PIL Filed by TFJA?
The makers of RRR did not respond directly to the PIL filed in the Telangana High Court. But the director, SS Rajamouli, released a statement saying the film is fictional and does not intend to disrespect anyone. He also said the makers of the film had taken all the required permissions and clearances to use the characters of Komaram Bheem and Alluri Sitarama Raju in the film.
Also, the high court arranges a two-judge bench that consists of Justice Abhinand Kumar Shavalo and Justice Satish Chandra Sharma. Both the judges reviewed the PIL and dismissed it. They said nothing could harm the reputation of great historical personalities Komaram Bheem and Alluri Sitarama Raju.
They also declared, “Poison may kill Socrates but not his ideas or literature.” Furthermore, the judge instructs the producers of RRR to take all necessary precautions to avoid any controversy during the release. Lastly, the judges requested the censor board to ensure no copyright infringement occurs during and after the film’s release. They further asked that the censor board ensure no copyright infringement takes place.
The High Court has approved the release of a film filed under public interest against Alluri Sitaram Raju
From Undrajavaram in West Godavari, Alluri Soumya filed a public interest case against the film Sitaram Raju. She claimed that the film depicted her as a police officer who was against her lifestyle and hurt the sentiments of thousands of her supporters. Therefore, she appealed to the court to stop the film’s release and not to give a censor certificate.
The reputation of famous personalities like Alluri Sitaram Raju cannot be affect by anything. It is state by the bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Abhinand Kumar Shavali while dismissing the public interest petition. They also mentioned that while poison can kill Socrates, it cannot kill his thoughts or literature.
The producers of this film sought advice from judges and requested that the censorship panel examine the film to avoid copyright infringement. They urge taking appropriate steps to avoid any controversies in the movie. The director of the film stated that it was initially slated for release on January 7, but due to the increasing cases of COVID-19, it was released later. The director note that the number of cases would continue to rise, and the film would not have been released if it had been removed.
The public interest litigation (PIL) that RRR submitted to the Telangana High Court has raised concerns about the possible consequences for the film “RRR.” The court will decide the case based on the existing evidence, and orders are issued accordingly.