Meetu Singh, sister of late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput, has expressed her disappointment over Delhi High Court’s judgement’s that dismissed a plea seeking a stay on any film or other projects based on the life of the deceased actor. Taking to social media, she said that she is “extremely disheartened” by the top court’s judgement. The plea had been filed by Sushant’s father Krishna Kishore Singh. The plea was filed by just ahead the release of “Nyay: The Justice”, a film inspired by the life event so SSR.
“Extremely disheartened by the judgement.#JusticeForSushantSinghRajput #SSRians #SushanthSinghRajput,” Meetu Singh tweeted after the judgement, shortly after Delhi High Court declined to stay the release of the film “Nyay: The Justice”, purportedly based on the life of the late Bollywood actor.
Taking a sigh of relief, film’s producer Rahul Sharma said: “We believed justice would be served through the system and we are very happy with the verdict. We have always mentioned that this film is not being made to ride on the events and make money, but we wanted the truth to come out and justice be served.”
Lawyer Ashok Sarogi added: “The court has also given justice to the producers of the film. The case against the film has been dismissed. There is a rumour being spread that the film is trying to defame the late actor and show their family in bad light. But I want to assure all of you that it is false and the producers have not used his name or photograph in the film. The film is made on true events that have unfolded and with the information which is available in the public domain. We are very happy with the court’s ruling.”
“Nyaay: The Justice” is slated for a theatrical release. The film is said to be a tribute to the late actor.
The film, stars actors Zuber Khan and Shreya Shukla in the lead, and also features Aman Verma, Asrani, Shakti Kapoor, Kiran Kumar, Anant Jog, Somi Khan and Sudha Chandran in key roles.