Jhund: The top court heard a plea by the producer, T-Series, against the High Court order banning the film’s release on OTT.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court refused to stop the telecast of Amitabh Bachchan-starrer Hindi film ‘Jhund’ on the over-the-top (OTT) platform.
A bench headed by Justice L Nageswara Rao said the apex court’s order dated May 5, 2022, would continue and directed the high court to consider the revision petition filed by Hyderabad-based filmmaker Nandi Chinni Kumar,
Who was on leave for summer vacation? Is immediately after. Copyright infringement was alleged.
Supreme Court denies OTT telecast of ‘Jhund.’
A settlement order was passed between the parties in the lower court regarding the rights of the film Jhund. Respondent No. 1 (Nandi) challenged the decree that he had been cheated.
He also filed a writ petition in the High Court, dismissed. The trial court also rejected the application for withdrawal of the settlement decree…In revision filed through the respondent,
The High Court ordered status quo and this Court on order passed through the High Court on May 5, 2022, Banned.
Respondent No. 1 (Nandi) personally submitted that the interim order of the High Court, as the case may be, should be continued and, alternatively,
The release of satellite rights should stay. Otherwise, it would cause irreparable harm. After examining the facts of the matter,
We believe that the order dated 5th May should be continued till the disposal of the revision petition.
The High Court is directed to consider the revision petition of the respondent immediately after the summer vacation. The bench also included Justice BR Gavai and Justice AS Bopanna.
The apex court had earlier cleared the way for the film’s release on May 5, staying the order of the Telangana High Court, which had banned its exhibition on OTT platforms.
The top court heard a plea by producer T-Series against the High Court order banning the film’s release on OTT.
It was urged that the film, which had earlier been released in theaters on March 4, is scheduled to release on the OTT platform, and there is a status quo order of the High Court in between. Also read: Jayeshbhai Jordaar Box Office Collection Day 6 – All Time Collection
Its separate hearing will be held on June 9.
The High Court, in its interim order on April 29 on a plea by Hyderabad-based filmmaker Nandi Chinni Kumar, ordered
The status quo concerning the film’s release on the OTT platform and fixed June 9 as the next hearing date.
The petition alleges copyright infringement through the makers of ‘Jhund’. For your information, let us tell you that ‘Jhund’ is a biographical sports film based on the life of Vijay Barse, the founder of NGO ‘Slum Soccer’.
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