It seems Kangana Ranaut falls in trouble once again. On Friday, the Bandra Metropolitan Court ordered the city police to register an FIR against the actress. The order was given after the author of Didda: The warrior Queen of Kashmir accused her of copyright violation.
Ashish Kaul, author of the said book has accused the actress of copyright infringement.
The book has been translated into Hindi as Kashmir Ki Yoddha Rani Didda. According to the reports Kaul said that she owns the exclusive copyrights to the life story of Didda who was the Princess of Lohar(Poonch), now in Jammu and Kashmir, and the Queen of Kashmir.
Kaul has reportedly sent an email about the storyline of his book to Kangana and she used some part of the story in a tweet while announcing her movie without his permission. “Is it believable by any stretch of imagination that a story and a book are being usurped by a renowned actor- turned-social activist?” he was quoted as saying.
The FIR had been reportedly registered under IPC sections 405 (criminal breach of trust), 415 (cheating), 120 B (criminal conspiracy) and also under the Copyright Act against the actress.
Apart from this, Kangana is still facing four other cases against her in the city including a defamation suit filed by Javed Akhtar.