The film, which is produced by Vipul Shah, has a case that has been filed against it in the Bombay High Court for non payment of dues. The litigation has been filed by Dubai based entertainment company Eros Worldwide. In the complaint, Eros claims approximately Rs. 6.56 crore that is still to be repaid by the producers.
Eros Worldwide had filed a suit yesterday, through their legal firm Manilal Kher Ambalal and Co. The petition that was filed stated that the defendant (Vipul Shah) be restrained from exhibiting, causing to exhibit, releasing, communicating to the public in any manner, exploiting, delivering the prints to any third party or in any other manner exploiting or suffering the exploitation of the film Action Replayy which is scheduled to be released in first week of November.
The High Court vacation judge, Justice JH Bhatia, has kept the matter for hearing on November 4, and has further stated that the involved parties should try and reach a settlement out of court before the appointed date mutually.
Looking back, every time a film is up for release, there is usually some claim being staked in the court of law hindering the release of the film. Well, it's the same with the upcoming Akshay Kumar and Aishwarya Bachchan starrer Action Replayy.