It seems that talking about actor Kangana Ranaut being in the news for right reasons is actually jinxed where we just mentioned yesterday and now, there was another piece of news that she would not have liked to be a part of.
It was initially revealed that Ranaut will be teaming up with filmmaker Kamal Jain for Manikarnika Returns: The Legend of Didda. However, Ashish Kaul who is the author of Didda-Kashmir Ki Yodha Rani is taken by surprise after hearing this announcement. Kaul has also claimed to be having the sole copyright of the biography.
In a recent interaction with ABP, Jain claimed that Manikarnika Returns is not related to Ashish Kaul’s book. He stated, “This story is 1000 year old and is available in the public domain. It is wrong to claim that our movie is based on Kaul’s book. The movie has no connection with the book. When a story is this old and is available in the public domain, then anyone can make a movie on it. Speaking about Ashish Kaul’s book, I have not even heard of the book, let alone reading it. Besides, one can google about Didda and there is ample information available about her. Our movie is not inspired by Kaul’s book at all.”
Now, in a turn of events, Kaul has announced in public that he has issued a legal notice to Kangana Ranaut and the team of Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda for apparently violating copyright for the same.
While we know Jain denied of any infringement, Kaul has sent a notice which will be needed to answer.
Here are the copies of the notice-
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