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Makers of Sunny Singh’s ‘Ujda Chaman’ to take the makers of Ayushmann Khurrana’s ‘Bala’ to high court

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The makers of Sunny Singh’s ‘Ujda Chaman’ and Ayushmann Khurrana’s ‘Bala’ are at loggerheads ever since they decided to release their films in the same week. The problem is that both films are based on the same subject i.e problems of prematurely balding.

Now, not just the subject, even the film’s poster and a few scenes in their trailers are very similar. Helmed by Abhishek Pathak, ‘Ujda Chaman’ is scheduled to hit the silver screens on November 8. And Ayushmann’s ‘Bala’ was scheduled to hit the screens on 15 November. But now the makers of Amar Kaushik’s ‘Bala’ are coming with their film a day before Sunny Singh starrer i.e on November 7.

Kumar Mangat, the producer of ‘Ujda Chaman’, is now taking the makers of ‘Bala’ to High Court. Mangat wants to stall the release of ‘Bala’. Earlier Abhishek Pathak, the director of ‘Ujda Chaman’ had stated that he will file a case of copyright violation, against the makers of Ayushmann starrer.

Now as per a report in SpotBoyE, makers of ‘Ujda Chaman’ are going to take the makers of ‘Bala’ to High Court in order to stall the release of the latter’s film. Confirming the news, Mangat told the Entertainment portal, “Yes, I am going to court tomorrow. They should not have brought their film on the same date as mine.”

‘Ujda Chaman’ is an official remake of Kannada film ‘Ondu Motteya Kathe’. Whereas even National Award-winning filmmaker Praveen Morchhale has accused the makers and writers of Ayushmann’s ‘Bala’ of copyright violation.

With so many accusations levelled against the makers of ‘Bala’, we wonder how they are going to ensure a smooth release of their film on November 7.

Also Read: ‘Ujda Chaman’ director Abhishek Pathak to take action against ‘Bala’ for copyright violation


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