Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Shweta says ‘don’t malign Sushant’s image’ after father seeks ban on films based on late actor’s life

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On Tuesday, Sushant Singh Rajput‘s father Krishna Kishore Singh moved to the Delhi High Court asking for a ban on the upcoming films based on the later actors’ life. The Delhi HC asked the producers to respond to the plea filed by Sushant’s father. Amidst this, Sushant’s sister Shweta Singh Kirti also took to her social media account asking everyone to not malign her brother’s image through these movies.

Sushant’s sister Shweta took to her Twitter handle and wrote, “To reiterate the obvious “Any production, or depiction of the private life of Sushant Singh Rajput is a blatant and willful breach of fundamental right to privacy which cannot be taken away without the prior approval of his legal heir.”

She further tweeted, “Let’s all work towards keeping our dearest Sushant’s image pious and pure, exactly the way he was. Let’s take an oath that we will never let anyone malign his personality and what he stood for! #DontMalignSushantsImage #JusticeForSushantSinghRajput”

Based on the Bar and Bench report, Justice Manoj Kumar Ohri had issued a notice to the filmmakers and asked for their stand by May 24. Sushant’s father feels that movies like Nyay: The Justice, Suicide Or Murder and other plays, movies, web series, books, interviews can harm the reputation of the late actor as well as his family. The plea read, “Thus, the publication of movie depicting his personal life, name/images/caricature and misappropriating his personality in a distorted manner, without the consent of the plaintiff, would influence the witness of the case and would also change public perception and the case is at a very nascent stage even the investigation has not been completed.”

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