Besides tennis, Mahesh Bhupathi has interest in artist management and movies. Few months back, apparently the sports star along with his partners got into a MoU with T-series over jointly producing a film which will star Akshay Kumar and will be directed by Vipul Shah.
In the same MoU T-Series was also assigned exclusive music rights and IP in the Akshay Kumar starrer, money had exchanged head in the interim.
But now it seems Mahesh and his partners Virender Arora, Prerna Arora and Arjun N Kapoor have been trying to produce the same film with another set of producer and have been served with legal notice by T-Series lawyers on the grounds of criminal breach of trust, breach of confidence, wrongful disclosure of confidential information, copyright infringement and cheating.
"We have a valid, subsisting and irrevocably binding MoU dated 10th June 2015 wherein T-Series is co-producing the film Namaste England as one of the owners in the IP of the Film. Further, all rights in the music and audio visual of the said film has also been assigned in our favour. Any attempt by any party to circumvent and/or negate the said MoU or wriggle out of the contractual obligation shall tantamount to copyright infringement, fraud, unfair business practice, dishonestly misappropriating property, criminal breach of trust, cheating, breach of confidentiality and wrongful disclosure of confidential information," says Ajay Kapoor of T-Series.