Pawan Kalyan's latest release Agnyaathavaasi, which was one of the highly-anticipated films of the year failed to create impact at the box office. The drama film received negative reviews from audience and critics and is currently struggling to recover its investment at the ticket window. Earlier the makers were sued by T-Series, who had originally bought the remake rights of the film. The legal notice was sent to the makers of Agnyaathavaasi and later on, both the parties came to an agreement after a settlement.
But soon after the worldwide release of Agnyaathavaasi, directed Jérôme Salle, who watched the movie on January 9 tweeted next day, “Screening at #LeBrady tonight. Great atmosphere thanks to the audience. I could’ve loved the movie but unfortunately the plot was too familiar. #LargoWinch #Agnyaathavaasi.” The director continued to put series of tweets citing how the makers have not only lifted the plot but also scenes from his film.
In his latest tweet, Jérôme Salle hinted that he'll be taking a legal action on the makers of Agnyaathavaasi copying his film's plot without taking his permission. After sending the notice to the makers do you think they will opt for the out of court settlement? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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