Uyyalawada Narasimha Reddy died in 1847 and that means, his story dates back to more than 150 years. Now, when Ram Charan’s Konidela Productions is making the movie ‘Sye Raa‘, the Uyyalawada descendants are demanding compensation for using their story for commercial purposes.
Responding on the related questions that media asked during at the trailer launch event of ‘Sye Raa’ today, Ram Charan reminded them of the Supreme Court’s judgement in previous cases that any story that is a 100 years old belongs to history and hence, there wouldn’t be any rights left with the descendants.
Going by Ram Charan’s words and the way he brought it the reference of Supreme Court and the previous cases, it’s understood that he wouldn’t be compensating and bow down to the demands of the family descendants of Narasimha Reddy.
He sounded diplomatic when he said that he would do something but not for just one family as it would be unfair for the great patriot who sacrificed his life for the country. Good one but, very diplomatic at the same time.Don't MissJagan Reaches Out to Prashant Kishor Once Again?YSR Congress Government has brought in GO RT No. 2430 which is aimed at reining...Don't MissNational Award-Winning Guy for Prabhas' SetPrabhas' next movie, a romantic drama would be commencing shoot from 19th November onwards according...Don't MissAllu Arjun Feels Humbled for the Sensational GiftNaturally and quite obviously, stylish star Allu Arjun must truly be overwhemed for the response...Don't MissShe Is Hot or What! Pooja Hegde Sets FireCan She be getting any hotter! Pooja Hegde's ramp walk in that sexy lehenga is...Don't MissAction Movie Review - Thrills In Parts, Bland OverallBOTTOM LINE Thrills In Parts, Bland Overall OUR RATING2.25/5 CENSOR 'U/A' Certified, 2 hrs 38...