The debuting film of Kapil Sharma, the famous comedian, could be in trouble due to the Kannada comic caper Nimbe Huli, which released last summer. The rights of Nimbe Huli had been acquired by a production house in Tamil Nadu to remake it in Hindi.
But the makers of Kannada comic caper is were in shock when they saw the tailor of Kapil Sharma’s Kis Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon, as the story- in which the a man manages to deal with his three wife living in the same apartment in the same complex – is similar to the Kannada film.
The Chennai based production house has filed complaint against in the High Court last week, where they have sent a legal notice asking the makers of the Bollywood film to explain themselves.
Hope to see your movie in 100 Cr club Kapil Sharma. All the best!!!