Kannada filmmaker-actor Venkat of Huccha Venkat fame is in trouble for gimmick threat to abduct Sandalwood Queen Ramya. On Valentine's Day (Feb 14), the director had given an advertisement in the supplement edition of leading English Daily by saying that he will abduct Ramya and forcibly marry her.
Bangalore Police Commissioner Raghavendra Aurandhkar, who learnt the seriousness about the ad has now sought the legal opinion from legal section whether there is any provision to take criminal action against the person for posting such an ad. Speaking to Bangalore Mirror, commissioner said, "Ramya has not spoken to me. Somebody mentioned it to me. I sought legal opinion and it has come. We are going to initiate action on it soon."
Venkat had given the advertisement in Kannada, which reads, "Ramya, why don't you understand my feelings. I don't know whether you will accept my love towards you or not. Next week, I will abduct you and marry you in Banashankari temple. Let me see who has the courage to stop me." In the ad, he had also claimed that it is not reel, but it's a real story, which is being directed by him. Continue reading the story on slides...
Venkat's Parents Are Producers
In the ad, he had also claimed that the movie will be produced by his parents Lakshmana and Gowramma.
He Had Called Ramya As His Wife
He had also added that along with his parents the movie will also be produced by his wife (Ramya) and mother-in-law Ranjitha (Ramya's mom).
Venkat Had Invited For His Engagement With Ramya
In July 2010, Venkat was in limelight when he was inviting people for his engagement with Ramya. It is reported that when nobody took him seriously, he had also tried to make news by giving ads in newspapers.
Venkat Is Eccentric!
In Gandhinagara, the filmmaker Venkat aka Huccha Venkat is famous for his unconventional and strange behaviour.
What Legal Opinion Says?
The legal opinion says, "The ad causes tremendous mental agony and stress to people whose names were mentioned in it. It is defamatory too. Police have power to take up the case to prevent any unlawful act taking place."