RGV gets legal notice from Kuber's owner

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    Nana Patekar in a still from The Attacks of 26/11 that releases today. (Photo courtesy: Facebook)

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    Ram Gopal varma's movie The Attacks of 26/11 that releases today is based on the terrorist attacks on Mumbai in 2008. (Photo courtesy: Facebook)

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    A still from the movie The Attacks on 26/11 that releases today. The movie is bases on 2008 terrorist attacks on Mumbai.

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    A still from the movie The Attacks of 26/11. The movie explores various psychological aspects of the brutal attacks on Mumbai in 2008. (Photo courtesy: ...

Ram Gopal Varma's latest film The Attacks of 26/11 which released yesterday, has landed itself in troubles.  The owner of the boat Kuber that was used in the heinous crime has served a legal notice to Ram Gopal Varma, the director of the film.

Hiralal Masani sent the legal notice to him saying that the registration of Kuber was made at Porbandar port and that the director of the film used the name and registration number without permission. The Attacks of 26/11 is based on the Mumbai terror attacks of November 2008 and it shows 10 terrorists hijacking Kuber in the high seas to reach Mumbai.

The owner of the boat said, that it was only yesterday when he found out that the film had made use of the name Kuber and its registration number. In the notice, he declares that showing the Kuber boat in the film will tarnish the owner's reputation, and as a result the film should not be released.

 

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