MUMBAI: The Delhi High Court has dismissed the plea of Hollywood major Warner
Brothers alleging copyright violation against the maker of a Bollywood film.
Bros. had, in the lawsuit, contested that Mirchi Movies' Hari Puttar- A
comedy of terrors was too similar to the title character of its franchise, Harry
Reva Khetrapal, however, said there is no "commonality" between the
names and allowed the producer of the Bollywood film to release it on schedule
Movies COO Munish Purii said, The judge has taken serious note of Warner
Bros coming to the court at the eleventh hour and the injunction application is
Movies had delayed Hari Puttars release, which was due on 12 September
following the legal row. It will now release on 26 September.
Puttar is a comedy flick that revolves around a 10-year-old Indian boy whose
family moves to England.