The Sidharth Malhotra starrer has won many hearts and been a huge success since its release on Amazon Prime Video
Months after the OTT release of Captain Vikram Batra’s biography Shershaah, the makers are likely to face trouble as a Kashmiri journalist has reportedly alleged legal actions against them for using a car number plate of someone else’s. Faraz Ashraf, the journalist has also reportedly revealed that his own life is in danger, as the team has used his license plate to depict militant’s vehicle.
Faraz shared the pictures of his car on social media, along with the screen grabs from the movie, in which the militant vehicles bearing the same number plate can be seen. “It is a threat to me and my family,” wrote in the caption. He also added in the latter part of the caption that he had not given any permission to any production house to use his car’s number, and also he is facing safety concerns while travelling now.
The journalist seems to be moving ahead with the legal action as he has mentioned the same in his post. As per the note he wrote, he is to fight against Dharma Movies, to stop the streaming of movies in the entire country. He has also mentioned the official account of Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions in his post, who is the producer of the Vishnu Varadhan directorial.
The Sidharth Malhotra starrer has won many hearts and has been a huge success since its release on Amazon Prime Video. The film revolves around the life of Captain Vikram Batra, from the beginning of his Army career to his death in the Kargil war. Kiara Advani is featured as the female lead in the movie, who plays the role of Captain’s girlfriend Dimple Cheema.
Meanwhile, further details about the alleged complaint against the movie and the response of the makers are yet to be clear.