Delhi High Court refuses to ban films made with SSR, says actor’s sister

The High Court refused to suspend the release of ‘Justice: The Justice’. (File image)

Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister Metu Singh has reacted to the verdict after the Delhi High Court stayed the release of ‘Justice: The Justice’. Sushant’s father filed an application in the High Court.

New Delhi. The Delhi High Court on Thursday refused to release the film ‘No: The Justice’ based on the life of late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. Sushant’s sister Metu Singh has reacted on social media to the High Court’s decision.

Sushant’s father had filed a petition in the High Court seeking a ban on films made about Sushant’s life and various proposed projects based on his life. The petition was filed by Sushant’s father Krishna Kishore Singh. Shortly after the Delhi High Court refused to stop the release of ‘Justice: The Justice’, Mitu Singh tweeted, “Extremely disappointed with the verdict.

A bench of Justice Sanjeev Narula dismissed a petition filed by Sushant’s father against the film and other initiatives seeking suspension of Sushant’s father and other projects in his life.

Post by Mitu Singh.

We tell you that on June 14, 2020, Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his flat in Bandra, Mumbai under suspicious circumstances. Mumbai police then launched an investigation into his murder. The NCBO is investigating after the angle of the drug came to the fore. In the end, the investigation into Sushant’s suspicious death was handed over to the CBI following a Supreme Court order. After Sushant’s death, her father filed a case against actress Riya Chakraborty for Sushant’s suicide. Riya was later taken into police custody. He was released on bail after spending several days in jail. The matter is also being investigated from the angle of medicine.


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