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T-Series complains against Mahesh Bhupathi's production house

Producer Bhushan Kumar's production house T-Series has sent a legal notice to tennis ace Mahesh Bhupathi and his production house, over filmmaker Vipul Shah's next. Reportedly, Kumar and Bhupathi's production houses had signed an MoU over co-producing the film, but the latter is attempting to produce it with another company.

bollywood Updated: Aug 10, 2015 16:24 IST
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Producer Bhushan Kumar's production house T-Series has sent a legal notice to tennis ace Mahesh Bhupathi and his production house, over filmmaker Vipul Shah's next. Reportedly, Kumar and Bhupathi's production houses had signed an MoU over co-producing the film, but the latter is attempting to produce it with another company. A complaint in this regard has been filed with the Delhi Police Crime Branch.

The film, Namastey London, was to be jointly produced. The film was to be made by Vipul Shah, starring Akshay Kumar. The understanding between the two companies was reached in June this year.



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Mahesh Bhupathi is being sued by Bhushan Kumar's production house.



In a complaint to the police, T-Series has accused the tennis star's production house of having set up dummy companies/entities and entered into agreements and negotiations in respect of the film's rights. The complaint reportedly says Bhupathi's company has already signed an agreement to sell the film's worldwide rights for Rs 75 crore, according to a Bombay Times report.