The film’s producer Kamal Jain told ABP News that his film has nothing to do with the book of writer Ashish Kaul.
Mumbai: Now the producer of the film Kamal Jain has given his first reaction to ABP News on the controversy of the film’s story that started with the announcement of Kangana Ranaut’s new film ‘Manikarnika Returns: The Legend of Didda’.
When ABP News contacted Kamal Jain, the producer of the film, in view of allegations of stealing the story of writer Ashish Kaul, he said, “This film has nothing to do with Ashish Kaul’s book.” This is a 1000 year old story which is in the public domain. In such a situation, to say that our film is based on his book is utterly wrong. Our film has nothing to do with his book. “
It is noteworthy that writer Ashish Kaul has accused Kangana Ranaut and the makers of the film for stealing the story of his English book ‘The Warrior Queen of Kashmir’ and accused him of copyright infringement and in this regard he has also done an exclusive interview to ABP News.
Kamal Jain went on to say, “When a story is so old and public, any person has the right to make films on it. Far from reading, I have never heard of Ashish Kaul’s book. You Go to Google and see how many materials and articles are available on Didda. Our film has not taken any inspiration from his book “.
Kamal Jain said that films are being made on Indian stories from Hollywood to the world today and in such a situation, there is a need that films should also be made on such people whose people are not very familiar with Shaurya saga.
Kamal Jain said, “Even after Manikarnika – The Queen of Jhansi”, “Manikarnika Returns – The Legend of Didda” we will continue to make films on such great characters as franchises “
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