Soon after his statement that YRF was lying, Ajay Devgn finds himself out in the cold where his legal complaint is concerned – it has been rejected by the Competition Commission of India. The war intensifies…
It seems Ajay Devgn’s issues regarding his film SOS are not going to end soon. The actor-turned-producer’s complaint with the Competition Commission of India (CCI) against Yash Raj Films for using their clout to suppress his film Son Of Sardaar has been rejected. According to a report, “The Commission has rejected the complaint of Ajay Devgn against Yash Raj Films as there was no merit in it. The complaint does not fall under any area that violates Competition rules.”
We have just received an official statement from Ajay Devgn Ffilms (ADF) – “We are shocked by the rejection of our legitimate case by the CCI. We have approached the Appellate Tribunal against the order.” So what happens next? Does this mean that Ajay and his production house, along with his partners, will meekly give in and let YRF win this war? Or is it merely a single battle lost and a bigger fight to start?
Talking to us just a few hours ago, Ajay had vented his feelings, stating that his company Ajay Devgn Ffilms was going to fight for its rights till the very end. The company wanted fair division of operational theatres for its movie screenings, which it felt was being blocked by YRF in all the metropolitan cities.