The studio claims that the script and storyline of BR Films' Banda Yeh Bindaas Hai is strikingly similar to the original 1992 US film. BR Films, on the other hand, has denied the allegations. The company claims that their film was an original flick because the characters and settings for their release were different, reports the BBC.
Fox revealed that while permission to use their film's idea for the basis of a new production had been granted to the Bollywood studio, its Hindi remake did not have their consent. The case is not the first of its kind, as the Indian movie industry has had a long-standing history of remaking Hollywood films for the local entertainment.
Most recent example has been of a probable Bollywood remake of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, which has been warned with legal action by US moviemakers.
London (ANI): Bollywood production house BR Films has been sued by a Hollywood film studio for allegedly copying their comedy My Cousin Vinny. The suit has been filed in the Bombay High Court by 20th Century Fox, which is seeking 940,000 pounds in damages.