The Delhi High Court has suggested late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s father and the makers of Nyay: The Justice purportedly based on the late Bollywood actor’s life to make an attempt at finding a solution to their dispute. The film has been grinding in the legal battle for a while now.
Previously SSR’s father Krishna Kishore Singh filed a complaint against the movie and appealed for a stay on the release of the film on any OTT platforms or theatres. However, the Delhi High Court declined to stay the release. Now according to the reports the court has asked both the parties to talk to each other and find a midway to resolve the issue.
“Talk to each other and see if it can be worked out,” said Justice Talwant Singh, as reported by Indian Express. “Independent of the proceedings, we will try to resolve,” senior advocate Jayant Mehta, representing Kishore Singh was quoted as saying.
While Senior advocate Chander Lall who is representing the film director also agreed to the suggestion. He also clarified that there was “no intention to take advantage”.
According to the reports, the court has also granted a week’s time to the filmmakers to respond to Kishore Singh’s earlier application where he was asking for a stay on the film.