Ranbir Kapoor's Animal stuck in legal trouble, Delhi HC sends summons to T-Series and Netflix India - Newztezz Online


Friday, January 19, 2024

Ranbir Kapoor's Animal stuck in legal trouble, Delhi HC sends summons to T-Series and Netflix India

Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor's film Animal, released last year, is still making headlines. Animal has been liked a lot by many people and there is no dearth of people talking against it. Meanwhile, Ranbir Kapoor's Animal is stuck in legal trouble. Delhi HC has sent summons to T-Series and Netflix India.

Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor starrer Animal has been in the news ever since its release. It has been more than a month since the release of the film. But discussions about animals are not stopping. On one hand, this film was liked by many people and became a blockbuster. At the same time, some people have raised questions on the violence shown in the film and some dialogues. Now meanwhile, Ranbir Kapoor's film seems to be stuck in legal trouble.

Animal is a 3 hours 21 minutes long film released on 1 December 2023. This film was passed by the Censor Board with A certificate. According to an ANI report, the Delhi High Court has summoned T-Series and Netflix India in response to the lawsuit filed by Cine1 Studios Pvt Ltd, co-producer of the film Animal. The lawsuit seeks to block the release of the film on any streaming or satellite platform until a resolution to their claims is found.

Cine1 has accused T-Series of violating some contract related matters. Not only this, T-Series has been accused of failing to share the details of the agreements made with Netflix India for internet rights and Sony Pictures Networks India for satellite rights. Senior advocate Amit Sibal, representing T-Series, refuted all these claims. He says that in the agreements dated August 2002, Cine1 had given up all derivative rights for Rs 2.6 crore.

Justice Sanjeev Narula's court has accepted the case and issued summons to both the defendants. The court has ordered both of them to submit written statements and affidavits. It has also been asked to submit all types of evidence by 15th. After which the issue will be decided at a later date.

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