Ajay Devgn has filed a complaint against Yash Raj Films for using their dominant position to book majority of single screens for Shahrukh Khan starer Jab Tak Hai Jaan. He filed his complaint to the Competition Commission. But his plea got rejected. The actor did not lose hope and appealed The Competition Appellate Tribunal (CAT) to look in the matter. Now, Ajay Devgn says that the talks of being fair by Yash Raj Films is nothing but rubbish.
Ajay Devgn recently gave an interview to a leading daily and said, "They (Yash Raj Films) are talking about being fair and all, par jo baatein ho rahi hain uske hisaab se toh sabko pata hai, that it is all rubbish. If you talk about fair, then I will give you a simple example. Main to yahi bol raha hoon that I don't want any compensation or their release to be stopped. I am not asking for any damages. I am being fair."
Meanwhile, CAT issued a notice for an inquiry about anti-competitive activities of Yash Raj Films (YRF) over allegations that it is trying to sabotage Ajay's SOS. Both the films will release on November 13th.