Salman Khan's 'brother-in-law' Ayush Sharma's troubles increased, court sent notice regarding upcoming film 'Ruslaan'
While hearing a petition seeking a stay on the upcoming film Ruslaan, the court issued notices to all the respondents including Salman Khan's brother-in-law Aayush Sharma. Ruslaan is all set to release this year.
The Patiala House Court on Friday issued notices to actor Salman Khan's brother-in-law and actor Aayush Sharma, producer KK Radha Mohan and South Indian actor Jagapathi Babu after hearing a petition against their upcoming film 'Ruslaan'. Additional District Judge, Patiala House Court, Satyavrat Panda, while hearing the petition, issued notices to all the respondents and asked them to file their replies within a week. The matter has been listed for hearing on June 9.
Social activist Jagdish Sharma and actor Rajveer Sharma have filed a petition to stop the release of Radha Mohan's film Ruslaan. Actor Aayush Sharma is playing the lead role in this film. The petition alleged that Ruslaan is a copy of the original 2009 film Ruslaan produced by Jagdish Sharma, starring Rajveer Sharma in the lead. The petition claims that the defendants have copied the dialogues and story of the original Ruslaan. The trailer of this film was released on 21 April.
Directed by Katyayan Shivpuri, the film stars Aayush Sharma, debutant Sushri Mishra and actor Jagapathi Babu in lead roles. This film is ready for release this year. Please tell that Ayush started his film career in Bollywood in the year 2018 with the film Loveyatri. This film could not do anything special at the box office.
Besides this, she was seen in an action thriller film 'Last: The Final Truth' alongside Salman Khan and Mahima Makwana. Directed by Mahesh Manjrekar, the film did well at the box office. Salman Khan's Eid releases Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan had also previously cast Aayush Sharma. Then he found his role small and left the film.