Dida vs Manikarnika Returns: litigation pointed against Kangana Ranaut for cheating and patent violation

Ashish Kaul, Author of Kashmir’s brave queen- ‘Didda’, Ashish Kaul had lodged a lawsuit against Kangana Ranaut, Rangoli Chandel, and Akshat Ranaut for allegedly proclaiming a movie on his plot without his permission.

Actress Kangana Ranaut is ultimately earning labels again, presently for her forthcoming movie ‘Manikarnika Returns The Legend of Didda’.

Ashish Kaul, the writer of the book ‘Didda: The warrior queen of Kashmir’, had reported a patent breach trial against the actress for declaring openly the movie without his authorization. The novelist has now brought it crystal clear that he will be rejecting any judiciary relaxation to Kangana Ranaut in the case. Writer Ashish Kaul professes to have whole copyright to the story.


In return, Kangana and her brother Akshat Ranaut had moved the Bombay High Court questioning the professed objection by Kaul. Yogita Joshi and Amani Khan, lawyers of writer Kaul, in a statement to Times of India said, “Kangana Ranaut has filed for passport issuance and pleads that her passport is refused by authorities given the case by our client Ashish Kaul and another case both at the Bandra Magistrate Court.” The lawyers enhanced that they have waived off the notice and will be filing a detailed and comprehensive reply vehemently opposing any relief since Kangana Ranaut is yet to appear before the police for a statement in the case.

Writer Kaul had alleged that Kangana while announcing her movie through a tweet, used some part of the storyline ‘Didda: The Warrior Queen of Kashmir’ which he had sent her through an email.

Earlier this year, producer Kamal Jain took to his official Twitter handle to announce that he was collaborating with Kangana Ranaut for ‘Manikarnika Returns: The Legend of Didda’. The story is set around ‘Didda’, the brave queen of Kashmir who defeated Mehmood Ghaznavi twice.