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Salman Khan approaches court for a game based on his hit & run case named ‘Selmon Bhoi’

After Salman Khan approaches the court seeking an injunction against an online game, “Selmon Bhoi” civil court in Mumbai has granted relief to the actor. The court granted the relief after observing that this many damages the ‘image of the actor’. The court also restrained the  Parody Studios Pvt Ltd and its directors, which made the ‘hit-and-run’ game from creating, launching and disseminating a game or any other content related to the actor.

Earlier Salman had to move to court after he came across the game in the last week of August. The title of the game is “driver on the quest to kill”. During the proceedings of the case, the online game was shown to the court. Salman’s lawyer cleared that the makers of the game had not taken his consent. 

According to the reports, the court also directed the makers to immediately take-down/ block/disable access to the game from Google Play Store and all other platforms. “Upon watching the game and its images, it prima facie matches with the identity of the plaintiff (Khan) and to the hit-and-run case connected to the plaintiff,” the court said. 

The court also agreed that the submissions made, prima facie, game shows it is connected to the actor’s hit-and-run case of 2002. In 2015 Bombay High Court cleared the actor with all the charges.

Meanwhile, Salman was last seen in Radhe with Disha Patani and Jackie Shroff. Now the actor is all set for his upcoming film Antim, the first poster of which was shared on Tuesday. The film stars his brother-in-law Aayush Sharma in the movie. Salman is presently busy shooting for Tiger 3 with Katrina Kaif.

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