Deepika Padukone and Vikrant Massey starrer has come up with a new twist on the film 'Chhapaak.' On copyright, director Meghna Gulzar took his stand before the Bombay High Court. He said copyright cannot be claimed on any actual event. Meghna put it in the case in which an author claimed that the forthcoming film 'Chhapaak' is based on his written story on the real fact. According to news agency PTI, Gulzar gave an affidavit. He gave this separate in the case filed by writer Rakesh Bharti. Bharti has filed a claim and demanded a writer's credit in the film. The affidavit was filed by Naik and Naik Company's lawyer Amit Naik and Madhu Gadodia. "It is completely wrong and legally vulnerable," he said on trial. 

The affidavit filed said that the filed case failed to make a copyright case in any manner. The information that is present in the public domain does not come within the copyright. In the affidavit, director Meghna Gulzar said, "In the present case, there is a demand for protection by the plaintiff (Bharti) as acid attack victim Lakshmi Agarwal. Copyright cannot be claimed at any real event or event. 

Let me inform you that author Bharti has filed a case and claimed that a script called 'Black Day' based on it has almost been written. The registration was conducted at the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association (IMPPA) in February 2015. Bharti said that she has been working since then. She has also approached many artists and producers with scripts. As the Chhapaak is all set to be released on 10th January. Now see whether the court gives a verdict before that or not?

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