Karnataka Court puts Veerappan web series on hold after wife seeks permanent injunction

A Bengaluru metropolis civil and periods courtroom has put a hold on AMR Ramesh’s web series Veerappan. Veerappan’s wife V Muthulakshmi approached the courtroom in search of permanent injunction.

Web series based mostly on the lifetime of sandalwood smuggler Veerappan was announed final 12 months.

Web series Veerappan has been put on hold by a Bengaluru metropolis civil and periods courtroom after his wife V Muthulakshmi approached the Court in search of permanent injunction. Veerappan’s wife V Muthulakshmi submitted an affidavit which acknowledged that the makers of the web series are attempting to painting the sandalwood smuggler in a poor gentle based mostly on ‘false and fabricated tales’. The Karnataka Excessive Court has now granted an ex-parte ad-interim order of momentary injunction which can restrain AMR Footage from screening, releasing or exhibiting the web series on any platform.


V Muthulakshmi informed News18 that it has been 16 years because the demise of the bandit however again and again individuals have made cash by making movies on him and the portrayal of Veerappan in these tasks have introduced disgrace to the household. “It has been 16 years since my husband was killed. Final time, I approached the Chennai metropolis civil courtroom and later even the Supreme courtroom had held that my proper to privateness ought to be revered, however final time because the film was already made, they solely ordered to present me a compensation of Rs 25 lakhs. However once more, they need to make one other movie and my household is repeatedly harassed by such portrayal of him,” Muthulakshmi stated.


V Muthulakshmi’s lawyer Praveen Gowda added that if the portrayal of Veerappan is predicated on precise information, the household would have had no issues with it. However AMR Ramesh had been selling his web series by stating that he’s going to deliver out the ‘Fact of Veerappan’ which led his wife to method the Court. “There needs to be an finish of every part. As a result of Veerappan has performed one thing we will not maintain exhibiting that. We do not have an issue if the film is predicated on particulars which might be in public information, however he (AMR Ramesh) is selling this film stating that he’s going to deliver the ‘Fact of Veerappan’ by documenting tales of his followers and police personnel, however that’s simply not true,” he stated.


The meeting election in Tamil Nadu is across the nook and Muthulakshmi’s plea at this level of time has raised a number of questions. Her daughter Vidhya Rani is the vice-president of state BJP’s youth wing and she or he might be getting a ticket this time. However Muthulakshmi denies that her plea has a political undertone. “I am not doing this for elections or for cash, the get together excessive command will give tickets to whoever they assume is deserving. But when such a film releases at such a time it can influence her prospects. She needs to assist individuals however they’ll solely get to see this one facet of the story,” Muthulakshmi stated.


Now that the Court has granted a brief injunction, AMR Ramesh will be unable to launch his web series on any OTT platform or YouTube till the subsequent listening to. The date for the subsequent listening to on this case is February 6.

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