A couple of days ago, we informed you about Shahid Kapoor's upcoming film Jersey's postponed release date. The film which was set to release on 14th April will now be released on April 22. Well, apart from this, we had also informed that the film landed into trouble after writer Rajneesh Jaiswal, filed a copyright infringement complaint in the Bombay High Court against the makers of the film. Writer Rajneesh Jaiswal had claimed that the story of the film actually belongs to him and had filed the case against the makers in Bombay High Court.
As per the latest update, the Bombay High Court denied a stay on Shahid Kapoor's film Jersey, and it will be released as scheduled.
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Talking about the same, producer Aman Gill said in a statement, “We were all geared up to release our film Jersey this holiday weekend, however we didn’t want to go ahead and plan a release until the courts gave us a favourable order, and with hearing scheduled for Wednesday, we had no time to plan for the Thursday release hence we decided to postpone the release by a week to 22nd April till we got such an order. Today on Wednesday we got a favourable order, which clears the way for our release next week 22nd April.”
Jersey stars Shahid Kapoor, Mrunal Thakur, Pankaj Kapoor, presented by Allu Arvind, and directed by Gowtam Tinnanuri, produced by Dil Raju, S.Naga Vamsi & Aman Gill. The movie is a remake of the Telugu hit 'Jersey' which starred Nani in the lead role.