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Court directs Kantara makers to stop playing 'Varaha Roopam' song in theaters: Here's why

The makers of Kantara have faced a roadblock after the court has directed them to stop playing a song from their film in theaters.

Published: Saturday,Oct 29, 2022 05:13 AM GMT-06:00
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On Friday, the Kozhikode Sessions Court passed an order that has since emerged as a crucial turning point in the Kantara plagiarism controversy. According to reports, the court has ordered the producers of the movie Kantara to stop playing the disputed song "Varaha Roopam" in theatres. After receiving a lawsuit for plagiarism from the well-known Malayalam band Thaikkudam Bridge, the Kozhikode Sessions Court imposed an order prohibiting the creators from playing the song "Varaha Roopam." Additionally, none of the big streaming services will play the music.

The well-known music group had previously stated that they will file a lawsuit against the Kantara creative team for plagiarising their well-known song, "Navarasa." Thaikkudam Bridge announced on its official social media accounts that an injunction order had been granted by the Kozhikode sessions prohibiting the screening of "Varaha Roopam" in theatres and on streaming services due to copyright infringement.


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For the unversed, After Thaikkudam Bridge claimed that the song "Varaha Roopam" was plagiarised from the well-known song "Navarasa," Kantara came under fire. Many people in the movie business and music fans supported Thaikkudam Bridge on social media, stating their support for the renowned independent band's claims. Thaikkudam Bridge refused to accept the Kantara creators' explanation that the two songs are identical because they are based on the same raga.

One of the biggest triumphs in recent Indian cinema is Kantara, which was written and directed by Rishab Shetty and in which he also stars as the main character. The coastal region of Karnataka serves as the setting for the actor thriller, which has won a tonne of fans for its superb script, production, and performances.

One of the biggest triumphs in recent Indian cinema is Kantara, which was written and directed by Rishab Shetty and in which he also stars as the main character. The coastal region of Karnataka serves as the setting for the actor thriller, which has won a tonne of fans for its superb script, production, and performances.


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vemareddy
vemareddy 2 months ago when the movie released and when they file to announce to stop the song of the movie...iam not agree with this..for any information visit HYD7AM
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