Vishal's Chakra gets interim stay
The court has ordered an interim stay on the film's release over copyright claim and has asked for a response from Vishal and the director
The Madras High Court has ordered an interim stay on the release of Vishal-starrer Chakra due to alleged copyright violations.
This move comes after producer Ravi of Tritan Artists moved the High Court. The producer claims that he owns the copyrights for the film. He has also stated that Chakra's director, MS Anandan, had signed a contract with him but has now completed the film under the lead actor Vishal's home banner, Vishal Film Factory.
The court has ordered an interim stay and has asked for a response from Vishal and the director's side. Sources state that the case has been adjourned to Monday, February 22.
Also starring Shraddha Srinath, Regina Cassandra and Robo Shankar, Chakra was scheduled for release this Friday.