Kangana Ranaut with her sister Rangoli, brother Akshat and sister-in-law Ritu. (Photo- @ KanganaTeam / Twitter)
The Mumbai Police has registered a case against 4 people, including Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel, for cheating, cheating and violating copyright rules.
Confirming the registration of the case, senior police inspector of Khar police station Gajanan Kabdule said that we have registered a case against a total of 4 people, including Kangana, after a court order and further investigation is being done. In the coming days, along with Kangana, all four will be called for questioning.
According to information received from top officials of Mumbai Police, Ashish Kaul, author of Didda the Warrior Queen of Kashmir, had mailed the story of his book to Kangana Ranaut a few days ago. A few days after Ashish matched up, Kangana announced the making of the film with the author’s permission, along with some content from the same book.
Kangana Ranaut with her sister and brother (Photo courtesy Instagram @kanganaranaut)
According to the information, Kangana made this announcement in the month of January this year. On this issue, Ashish Kaul approached the Metropolitan Court of Bandra and filed a complaint against Kangana Ranaut, Rangoli Chandel, Kamal Kumar Jain and Akshay Ranaut. On hearing this complaint of Ashish, the Bandra Metropolitan Court, while hearing all the facts, ordered the Mumbai Police to register an FIR in the case. Following this court order, Mumbai Police has registered a case under sections 406,415,418,34,120 (B) of the IPC and Copyright Act 51,63 and 66A. According to the information, soon the Mumbai Police can summon all four, including Kangana and Rangoli, for questioning in this matter.
Let me tell you that before this, a case has also been registered against Kangana and her sister in Mumbai’s Bandra police station for spreading hatred in the society through social media. This case was also registered only after the order of the Bandra court, which is being investigated by the Mumbai Police itself.