Team Mohenjo Daro is currently celebrating their victory after getting U/A certificate from the Censor board, without any cuts. Now, the film has won another battle! After months of speculations and legal troubles, reportedly, the Bombay High Court has ruled the decision in favour of director Ashutosh Gowariker in a suit filed against him by Akashaditya Lama. Lama had alleged that Gowariker stole his script for Mohenjo Daro.
The court has imposed exemplary and punitive costs of Rs. 1,50,000 against Lama for putting false allegations and harassing makers of the film. The court has also slammed Lama for giving interviews, media articles and related material put on social media to harass the director and other stars of the film.
Well, the justice has been served and nothing more matters to the makers of the film at the moment. Meanwhile, the makers of the film have geared up for the promotions of the film with lead stars Pooja Hegde and Hrithik Roshan. Its plot traces the romance through the cultures and ancient civilisation of Mohenjo Daro. The movie is set in 2600 bc, in an era of Indus valley civilization. Mohenjo Daro will hit the screens on August 12