Salman Khan’s brother-in-law and actor Aayush Sharma has received a legal notice against his upcoming film Ruslaan.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s brother-in-law and actor Aayush Sharma has received a legal notice from a Delhi court. Not only Aayush but also producer KK Radhamohan and South Indian actor Jagpathi Babu also received the same notice. This came after the court heard a guilty plea against his highly anticipated upcoming film Ruslaan.
Satyabrata Panda, Additional District Judge, Patiala Inner Court, sent a notice to all the defendants and asked them for a reply within a week. According to a report by India TV, social activist Jagdish Sharma and actor Raajveer Sharma had filed a lawsuit to stop Ruslaan’s release. The duo alleged that Aayush Sharma’s upcoming film is a copy of the original 2009 film Ruslaan produced by Jagdish Sharma in which Raajveer Sharma was the lead actor.
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Aayush Sharma is currently preparing for his upcoming action movie Ruslaan, the teaser for which was released recently. Sharing the trailer, Sharma wrote, “Impatient Hoon, Impulsive Hoon aur protocols toh bilkul follow nahi karta hoon. Tabhi toh #Ruslaan ke naam se jaana jata hoon. Aa raha hoon haath main gun aur guitar lekar kyunki iss baar #GuitarBhiBajegaAurGunBhi Teaser available now !”
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The film, directed by Katyayan Shivpuri and starring Aayush Sharma, debutant actor Sushrii Mishraa and actor Jagapathi Babu, will be released in 2023.
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Aayush Sharma made his Bollywood debut with the 2018 film Loveyatri. Financed by Salman Khan and directed by Abhiraj Maniawala, the film failed to impress the audience at the box office. He was last seen in his brother-in-law Salman Khan’s film Antim: The Final Truth, which did quite well in the BO.