The 9th ACMM (Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate) court had issued a non-bailable warrant against actor Rakshit Shetty and music director Ajanesh Lokanath for allegedly copying the tune of the song, ‘Madhya ratrili’ from the movie, Shanthi Kranthi without permission in the song, ‘Who are you?’ in the film, Kirik Party. Velu representing Lahari Music company had registered this complaint against Paramvahi Studios Private Ltd owner, Rakshit Shetty. As per the reports, since the accused failed to appear for the hearing of the case, the court issued non-bailable arrest warrant against the accused on February 20. Apparently, the court has instructed the Jayanagar police to produce the accused during the next hearing, before adjourning the case to May 6. However, Rakshit Shetty has reacted to the same in his recent tweets. He has asked as to what’s the point in filing another case when they have already won the case! Check out his tweets! ‘What’s The Point In Filing Another Case’! Rakshit tweeted, “We have won the case in Civil court and the High court. What’s the point in filing another case on the same issue? Also the second case was filed six months back but none of us, including our… Read full this story
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