Randeep Hooda has been in headlines for a long time for his upcoming film ‘Swatantra Veer Savarkar’. Produced by Sandeep Singh, Anand Pandit, Sam Khan and Yogesh Rahar, the film stars Randeep in the lead role. Apart from acting in this movie, Randeep is also working as a producer and director. On the other hand, regarding the film last day. Controversy arose when Randeep sent a legal notice to the rest of the producers. The notice claimed full ownership of the intellectual property rights of the film. Now the makers have responded to Thi’s claims.
Commotion Before the release of ‘Swatantra Veer Savarkar’
In the film ‘Swatantra Veer Savarkar’, Randeep Hooda will be seen in the role of Veer Savarkar, the great freedom fighter of the country. Also his production company Randeep Hooda Films LLP, is actively involved • as one of the producers of the film. Randeep’s lawyer Karan Halai released a statement yesterday saying that despite facing many challenges like financial, mental and physical hurdles, Randeep has successfully written, produced and produced a film based on Veer Savarkar through his production house Randeep Hooda Films.
Randeep Hooda sent notice to the makers
The lawyer further pointed out that Randeep displayed unwavering dedication and perseverance in paying homage to the real hero Veer Savarkar while overcoming disruptions caused by other organizations attempting to infringe on his legal rights. The arduous process to portray Veer Savarkar authentically resulted in him losing a lot of weight and even risking his life. Randeep claims sole ownership over all intellectual property rights of the film, and claims that he has strong legal grounds to ensure the timely release of the film, so that the public can appreciate the essence of one of the greatest heroes of our freedom struggle. Eagerly waiting to experience.
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Advocate Ravi Suryavanshi, legal advisor representing Mr. Sandeep Singh, one of the joint producers of the film in association with Anand Pandit Motion Pictures LLP. Issued a statement casting doubt on Randeep Hooda’s claims regarding the ownership of the film . According to Ravi, his client’s company and Randeep Hooda Films own 50:50 IPR of the said film. Ravi says that Randeep will now have to explain how he is the sole owner of all intellectual property rights of the said film.