[tps_footer]Tollywood actor Pawan Kalyan‘s upcoming film Sardar Gabbar Singh is gearing up for its release and the film has fallen into a legal tussle now. Reportedly, Bollywood actor turned director Arbaaz Khan has slapped a legal notice to the filmmakers of Sardar Gabbar Singh over copyright infringement.
The highly anticipated Pawan’s film Sardaar Gabbar Singh is currently on a high pace to complete the shoot in Switzerland. While the Hindi version of the film is gearing up for its release on April 8, Arbaaz Khan has challenged the highly anticipated Pawan’s film Sardaar Gabbar Singh’s makers over the release of the Hindi version.
Even earlier, Pawan’s ‘Gabbar Singh’ had fallen into legal trouble after few Hindi producers slapped copyrights case on the movie and demanded Rs 25 Lakhs over the use of screen name ‘Gabbar‘ in the title of the movie.
Meanwhile, the producers of the film are waiting for Pawan Kalyan’s return in order to reply the legal notice. Well, with new trouble for the film, we wonder what the makers of the film will do to clear the hurdles before the release of the film. Hope Pawan Kalyan’s Sardar Gabbar Singh has a clean release! Fans are actually taking this as a positive sign for Pawan Kalyan‘s film and are equally wondering on why Arbaaz Khan is making an issue out of nothing as none of the scenes are inspired by any of the Bollywood sequels.
Sardaar Gabbar Singh, released by Eros International in association with Pawan Kalyan Creative Works and Northstar Entertainment, opens in cinemas on April 8. The movie is directed by Bobby and also stars Sharad Khelkar,Kabir Duhan Singh, Kajal in the lead roles.[/tps_footer]