Did you contact Farah after the film’s release in Japan?Yes, I called her when she was in Japan for the premiere of OSO. But she said that she was too busy, and that’s why she couldn’t watch the film. She said she was unaware of the situation, of whether the scene was deleted from the film or not. Farah thinks I am too innocent; she thinks I won’t catch her lies. Reports say you’re suing the makers for Rs. 100 crore. Are you?I am not filing the case for money.
What kind of action are you planning to take now?I am filing a civil and criminal case against Shah Rukh and Eros International (co-producers). I can’t keep forgiving them. Constantly forgiving is also a crime. I am terribly disturbed. My family is getting humiliated. My grandsons’ friends ask them if I am really the way I am presented in the film.Shah Rukh has harmed and humiliated me. He has injured the integrity and soul of my family, which cannot be repaired. He’s not what he claims to be. His manager has sent me an apology letter, but my solicitor and I want his apology, not anyone else’s. MORE ON THE ISSUEManoj Kumar to file lawsuit against SRK, Eros over Om Shanti Om rowVeteran actor Manoj Kumar will file a law suit on Monday against Shah Rukh Khan and Eros International, producers of 2007 hit 'Om Shanti Om', and seek damages to the tune of Rs. 100 crore for releasing the film in Japan without removing certain scenes apparently lampooning him."The film was released in Japan without deleting those scenes. I had forgiven them twice but not this time. They have disrespected me. They also face contempt of court as in 2008 the court had asked them to forever and from all prints and broadcast material, delete those scenes," Kumar said. COMPLETE COVERAGE Manoj Kumar to sue SRK for Rs. 100 crore?Veteran actor Manoj Kumar has reportedly threatened to sue Shah Rukh Khan, producer of 2008 flick Om Shanti Om, for releasing the film in Japan without removing scenes that “disrespected” him. “I’ll file civil and criminal proceedings against the producers, seeking damages to the tune of R100 crore,” media reports quoted Kumar as saying. READ ON