Akshay Kumar’s Film Ram Setu In Legal Trouble. BJP Leader Subramanian Swamy To File Lawsuit


New Delhi: Akshay Kumar seems to be courting controversy after BJP leader Subramanian Swamy filed a lawsuit against his upcoming movie ‘Ram Setu’. Swamy has stated that he will also be seeking compensation from the makers of the film. The politician alleged ‘falsification in the portrayal of the Ram Setu issue’.

Taking to his official Twitter handle, Swamy wrote, “The suit for compensation has been finalized by my associate Satya Sabharwal Adv. I am suing Akshay Kumar, actor & Karma Media for damages caused by falsification in the portrayal of the Ram Setu issue in their film for release.”

Targeting Akshay over his Canadian citizenship, Subrmanian wrote, “If actor Akshay Kumar is a foreign citizen then we can ask he be arrested and evicted from his adopted country.”

 

‘Ram Setu’ has been directed by Abhishek Sharma and features Akhsay Kumar, Jacqueling Fernandez, Satya Dev and Nushratt Bharuchha in key roles. The film follows the story of an archaeologist in search of finding the truth behind the Ram Setu bridge between India and Sri Lanka.

The film is set to explore the truth behind the mythic bridge called Ram Setu which was built by the god Rama’s army of Vanara to reach Lanka in order to rescue his wife Sita, who was abducted by Lanka’s king Ravana.

‘Ram Setu’ also happens to be Amazon’s first Bollywood production in India. ‘Ram Setu’ is being co-produced by Aruna Bhatia, Akshay Kumar’s mothers and Vikram Malhotra under the production companies Kumar’s Cape of Good Films, Abundantia Entertainment, Lyca Productions and Amazon Prime Video. 

 



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