Friday, May 14, 2010

Bihar Munsif court lifts release stay order on Kites Hindi movie

Hirithik Roshan’s Kites will have no other major hiccup as a Bihar Munsif court lifted the stay on the release of the movie.

Few days ago, the Bihar Civil Court at Sitamarhi District ordered a stay on the release of the movie till May 24, 2010, on the ground of copyright infringement. A man named Laxmi Prasad of Sunbeam Holding said that Rakesh Roshan, producer of the movie, was supposed to pay him Rs50 million for the copyright of the action sequences.

However, FilmKraft and Adlabs challenged the release stay order passed by a Bihar Munsif Court. The court will hear the suit on May 24, 2010.

Regarding the matter, Rakesh Roshan told reporters that he never heard of this person before. He said, “I have no idea who this guy is. He lives in some village in Bihar and claims that he has the copyright for the action of my film. How is it even possible? The action director of our film is Hollywood-based Spiro Razatos. There is absolutely no truth in this. My legal advisors are looking into the matter and the team is flying to Bihar today (Tuesday) and I hope the matter is resolved soon.”

Kites is romantic movie which stars, Rakesh Roshan’s son, Hrithik Roshan and Mexican model turned actress, Barbara Mori.

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