Producer of Magadheera Allu Arvind finally saw Raabta and has decided to withdraw his injunction request. Two weeks ago the makers of Magadheera had taken the makers of Raabta to court seeking an injunction on the release of the film on 9 June.

But, after watching the film, Allu Arvind has decided to withdraw his copyright-infringement allegations against Raabta. The movie starring Kriti Sanon and Sushant Singh Rajput will hit theatres on 9th June 2017 i.e. tomorrow.

Makers of Raabta argued for over 5 hours in court on Tuesday and Wednesday citing several differences in the script and storyline of their film Raabta and Magadheera. Their lawyers argued that the background of the lead characters, their storyline development, the role of villain, the foreign locations and most importantly the finale of the film is completely and materially different from Magadheera. They pointed out that the concerns of the makers of Magadheera that the iconic 100 warriors scene has been lifted in Raabta is completely unfounded as there was no such scene either in their film or the trailer. They said that in their film, unlike Magadheera, the villainous character was, in fact, an anti-hero and a parallel interest point for the heroine. Even in the backstory depicting the past life of characters, the Hero of the film actually plays a negative character for the most part.

Raabta’s court case verdict to be out tomorrow
Raabta’s court case verdict to be out tomorrow

The makers further pointed out the similarities, even if there were any, were purely on themes that are generic to every film made on the reincarnation of two lovers such as Prem, Hamesha, Om Shanti Om, Kudrat etc. In fact, the makers cited a list of more than 100 films on the theme of reincarnation.

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When contacted, Ankit Relan, lawyer for T-series confirmed that the injunction application has been reserved for orders. He said “We have filed the entire script of our film along with a comparative chart showing how the two films are completely different in story, treatment and expression, something that the Plaintiff ought to have done in the first place as part of his pleadings to show comparative similarities. Neither were any such similarities pointed nor has the Plaintiff filed its script for the judge to make a comparison. The entire suit, which has been filed at the eleventh hour despite the trailer coming out more than six weeks ago, is based on conjectures. We can’t understand how a film of over 2.30 hours in duration can reasonably be compared with a trailer of around 2 minutes to jump to a conclusion of Copyright infringement. We even offered to show the entire film to the Plaintiff as far back as on 17th of last month itself, to which the counsels for Plaintiff responded only on the midnight of 30th May, 2017, one night before the next hearing, stating that the reply was left lying with the watchman of their building all this while. They rejected the offer to see the film, of course”

Both the sides requested the court to pass the order in the first half today so as to have time to approach the appellate court if needed, however, the court refused to be bound by any such timelines.

Going down to a last minute verdict, less than 24 hours before the release, the court has finally thrown out the case that was preventing the release of Raabta.

Well, with so much drama off-screen we seem to be in for a roller-coaster of a movie.

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  1. Well , this is just one of the filthy stunt of the producer allu aravind.

    1. rajamouli clearly said that, they had sold copyrights of magadheera to allu aravind amd doesnt have anything with this copyright case , in one interview he even questioned,” how can you rise a copyright issue with out watching the movie and just by looking at trailer and even mentioned few rules and regulations for filing a copyright, it is solely rised by allu aravind ”

    2. magadheera movie was directed by rajamouli and the hero was chiranjeevi’s son charan who knows only one expression through out his all movies and the audience were forced to watch his movies. as the chiranjeevi wants to have some hit movie for his son charan, they begged rajamouli to do a film with charan. then magadheera happened and it was a hit. this chiranjeevi,allu aravind, charan whole family used rajamouli then after completion of the movie they started ignoring him and from the day one itself they started promoting charan as if the movie was hit only because of charan they didnt gave any credits to the director. rajamouli was deeply hurted by this incident.

    3. Then rajamouli decided that he doesnt need any STAR heros to get a blockboster then he made MAKKHI / eega where nani & house fly is a hero :D and then maryada ramanna where a comedian introduced as hero which was unimaginable to everyone. these 2 movies were blockbosters.

    4. Now after seeing the bahubali 1 & 2 response, chiranjeevi,charan and allu aravind started feeling jealous. and begging rajamouli to do a film with charan and allu arjun. they always want , only their family movies to do well, they cant digest bahubali success, frankly speaking these 2 guys charan and allu arjun were looking horrrrrrible in their initial movies, they got plastic surgery after doing few movies and after recieving alot of critics. now they are even jealous on prabhas who has a perfect stature.

    5. even fans of these heros are full of jealous and always uses filthy language in social media, before bahubali release itself, these heros fans united together to not to watch bahubali on its 1st day & 1st week. just to reduce the initial collections. they even encouraged piracy of bahubali movie. and spreaded negative talk.

    6. now everyone from bollywood gets to know rajamouli, by rising this kind of copyright issues , allu aravind wants everyone in bollywood to watch his produced movie magadheera and praise charans bindblowing acting skills :D he is intented to promote his movie in bollywood by using rajamouli’s name. he is one of the worst person on earth


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