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Supreme Court holds that trailers of movie are not a promise or offer in the Yash Raj’s consumer dispute over Jabra Fan In the appeal filed by Yash Raj Films (YRF) against the order passed by National Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission (NCDRC) imposing penalty of Rs. 10,000, the Supreme Court,...
Police complaint lodged against Thalapathy Vijay's 'Whistle Podu' song from the 'GOAT'  Thalapathy Vijay's new movie, 'The Greatest Of All Time', recently released a song, 'Whistle Podu', featuring Vijay, Prabhu Deva, and Prashanth. 'Whistle Podu' has lyrics by Madhan Karky and choreography by Raju Sundaram. However, there's been a complaint...
Mumbai Court refuses to stay release of Hindi film Maidaan A Mumbai court on April 8, refused to grant a stay on the release of Ajay Devgn starter Maidaan after a vendor approached the court due to alleged outstanding dues. Camera vendor, Meherafrin Investments Private Limited (MIPL), had approached the Mumbai City...
TV Today moves Delhi High Court challenging provision of the IT Rules, 2021 After a third party complaint alleging copyright infringement led to the blocking of the media network's publication Harper's Bazaar India's Instagram account, TV Today Network Limited filed an application before the Delhi High Court. Rule 3 (1)...
Madras High Court judge recuses from Ilayaraaja copyright case Madras High Court judge Justice R Subramanian on March 25 recused from hearing an appeal suit filed by Echo Recording Private Limited seeking to set aside an order of the court regarding a copyright dispute over the musical works of composer...
8 global entertainment companies move the Delhi HC against three alleged “rogue cyberlocker websites” for unauthorisedly hosting copyrighted content Eight leading global entertainment companies - including Netflix, Warner Bros and Paramount Pictures - have moved the Delhi High Court seeking a permanent injunction against three ‘rogue cyberlocker websites’ for unauthorisedly...
Government notifies the Cinematograph (Certification) Rules with an aim to improve film certification The Central government has officially notified the Cinematograph (Certification) Rules, 2024, aimed at enhancing the process of certifying films for public exhibition. The Ministry and the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) stated that they had previously...
Google and Indian app developers hit pause on billing dispute for 4 months Google and Indian app developers have agreed to temporarily pause their disagreement over Google's major billing policy for four months. This decision follows Google's removal of over 10 Indian apps, including Shaadi, for not adhering to...
Article 370 banned in all Gulf countries in fresh dampener for Hindi film industry Following reports of the Bollywood film 'Article 370' getting banned in Gulf countries emerged online earlier in the week, however subsequently new reports have clarified that the movie is facing no such hurdle. Latest reports claimed that...
Special CBI Court rejects CBI plea seeking stay on release of documentary on Indrani Mukherjea A special CBI court rejected a CBI plea seeking a stay on the airing of a documentary titled 'The Indrani Mukerjea Story: Buried Truth'. The trial against former media executive Indrani Mukerjea and two others...

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