Bollywood’s Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan might go in trouble after an activist sent a legal notice to the actor for using national emblem of the country as the title of his show Satyamev Jayate without taking central board permission.
Aamir Khan who host the popular social show Satyamev Jayate, has been sent a notice by advocate Manoj Singh on behalf of an activist Manoranjan Roy who has taken action against this matter. India’s national emblem is being used as a title name of the show Satyamev Jayate. Reportedly, the legal notice includes that the producers of the show have to show a copy of Government permission or legal proceedings will be taken against the actor.
The legal notice adds on that not only actor Aamir Khan, but also his wife Kiran Rao and director of the show Satyajit Bhatkal. According to the Prohibition of Improper Use) Act 2009, the title Satyamev Jayate is a part of the State Emblem, which cannot be used without permission.
The title used Satyamev Jayate is a part of State Emblem and no one has authority to use it for monetary benefit or for advertisement purpose. The notice also includes that no authority has right to grant or register patent that includes national emblem of India.
On the professional front, Aamir Khan is currently working on his upcoming film Dangal. Dangal’ is a biopic on wrestler Mahavir Phogat, the father of Indian women wrestlers Geeta and Babita Kumari Phogat. The film encourages necessity for sports and one’s free will. It aims on educating parents to let their child follow his or her dream.