Deepika Padukone is gearing up for her first launch of 2020, Chhapaak, for which she has commenced promotions. The movie’s trailer launched a couple of weeks earlier, after which followers are excited to see what the movie has in retailer for them. The movie relies on the lifetime of actual life acid assault survivor Laxmi Agarwal and a directorial by Meghna Gulzar. However now, it seems that the movie has run into troubled waters as a author moved to Bombay Excessive Courtroom claiming credit score for the movie’s story. A petitioner named Rakesh Bharti has approached the court docket and has claimed that Deepika’s Chhapaak relies on his story.
The petitioner claimed that it was initially he who had considered the script of the movie and had titled it tentatively, Black Day. He claimed that he bought the title registered with Indian Movement Photos Producers’ Affiliation (IMPPA) in February 2015 and since then, Bharti claimed that he had been engaged on the script. He additional claimed that he approached Fox Star Studios for a narration however issues didn’t work out on account of circumstances. The petitioner claimed he narrated his ideas to the manufacturing home that’s now backing Chhapaak.
As soon as he came upon that his concept is being utilized by the manufacturing home and is starring Deepika Padukone, the petitioner submitted complaints to the producers. With no response, he had no selection however to maneuver to the court docket. In his plea towards producers of the Deepika Padukone and Vikrant Massey starrer Chhapaak, Rakesh Bharti has sought credit score as one of many writers of the movie. Within the meantime, the petitioner has requested the court docket to remain the discharge of Chhapaak and in addition appoint an individual to match his script with that of Deepika’s Chhapaak. The plea can be heard by a bench of the Bombay Excessive Courtroom on December 27, 2019.