Yesterday we would have read the news about the Nayanthara’s upcoming horror film titled Dora is all clear out of plagiarism controversy and currently the film makers have sent the film for censor analysis. It is also said that the film has got ‘A’ Certificate from the regional censor board. The report said to us the film is expected to release this March 31, 2017.
The film is directed by Doss Ramasamy, who released the trailer of the film recently.
The controversy was that the script writer named Sridhar stated that the movie design and plot belongs to him which is very much a close resemblance of his directorial movie Alibabavum Arputha Carum.
But then again director denied that claim and the issue was taken up with the South Indian Film Writers Association. And later the association declared the below statement.
“Member of the South Indian Film Writers Association, Mr. Sridhar (Asso.No. 1533) claimed that the story of his Alibabavum Arputha Carum and the story of Dora, written by another member Mr. Doss Ramaswamy (Asso.No. 1381) is the same and filed a complaint regarding its ownership.”
Now in the recent update given by one of the Tamil Cine industry sources that the petition have been filled in court for seeking stay on the release of the movie Dora and the producer is asked to appear in Court on this month March 24.
Petition filed in court seeking stay on release of #Nayanthara starrer Dora alleging plagiarism. Court orders producer to appear 24 Mar!
Once after her box office hit film Maya that was released in the year 2015, this is her next horror film casting in the lead roles. The makers of Dora movie said that this film will convey out a new dimension of Nayanthra.
Now Nayanthra audiences are eagerly waiting for the decision and the confirmation with regards to the release date of this movie.