According to the disappointed writer, Sreenu failed to execute what is in the bound script and has made many changes in the story without his consent.
"He is angry about the makers crediting his name to the story of Bruce Lee. His original script was completely changed. He is filing the case as they have given his name in the credits but haven't used his story. He may file a defamation case for Rs 10 crore and demand a public apology from Sreenu," informed a source as quoted by a famous daily.
"He also wants to upload the original script online. Because he wants the public and fans to know the differences between the original script and the film's story," the source further added.
Apparently, producer Danayya might also come forward in support of writers of the film. Looks like the bad phase is getting much murkier on Sreenu Vaitla. It can be recalled that only a couple of days ago, his wife filed a harassment case on him and now the defamation suit by his friend Kona Venkat, while two back to back box office disasters daunting him.
Kona Venkat and Gopi Mohan teamed up with Sreenu Vaitla for Bruce Lee after their infamous rift during Badshah, with the intervention of Ram Charan. The actor was showered praises for bring them back. Looks like the much appreciated reunion has now turned in to a headache for the team.
The trio did not work together for Sreenu Vaitla's previous release Aagadu and writers were in news for celebrating the film's failure.
Coincidentally, Kona earlier got in to a fight with Sreenu Vaitla for not crediting him enough in the film Badshah and now going to sue him for crediting him for the story he hasn't written.
We have to wait and see how Sreenu Vaitla counter this step of Kona and where this credits saga ends.