The yesteryear star claims that yesterday he received a call from SRK’s business manager inquiring about the fresh legal proceedings he is planning against the makers of OSO.
The recent release of the film in Japan apparently has his scenes which, according to him, is in contempt of court. Mr Bharat had won a permanent injunction on the scenes in OSO that made a caricature of him.
He retorts, “Despite the court order, it is being done repeatedly. I received a call from Shah Rukh Khan’s business manager asking who my solicitor is and what I am planning to do. I am in no mood to keep quiet now.”
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