A court has sent notice to the directors and producers of record business holder film “PK” on the allegation of copyright issue. According to Indian media, a novelist enter an application in the Delhi High Court in which he claimed that some part of the film “PK” is copied from 2013 book “Farishta”.
Therefore, action should be taken against the filmmakers and directors of film. The court accepted the application for hearing and sent notice to the directors of film Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Rajkumar Hirani and script writer Abhijat Joshi.
It should be cleared that Aamir Khan’s blockbuster film “PK” has been remained under conflict since its release. On one hand, the Hindu extremists are against the film due to its conflicting title while the owners of film are also facing court due to film. But along with all these difficulties, the film has earned more than 600 crore Indian rupee record business on box office.