Kantara Plagiarism Row Amid Copyright Litigation Bans Kantara Makers From Playing Varaha Roopam In Theaters And OTT

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Kantara plagiarism line: kantara is the third highest grossing in 2022 of the Kannada film industry after KGF: Chapter 2 and Vikrant Rona. The film is hailed for depicting tradition and rural customs with the utmost artistic finesse. However, the makers found themselves in an unexpected controversy. The line of plagiarism including Thaikkudam Bridge’s claims that Varaha Roopam was plagiarized from their song Navarasam. Now, a district court in Kozhikode has said in its judgment that the song cannot be played in theaters, OTT or other digital streaming platforms without permission from Thaikkudam Bridge.Read also – Kerala-based Thaikkudam Bridge Group to sue ‘Kantara’ creators for plagiarism

CHECK OUT THAIKKUDAM BRIDGE’S POST SHARING KERALA COURT JUDGMENT ON VARAHA ROOPAM PLAGIARISM ROW:

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THAIKKUDAM BRIDGE WRITES THANK YOU NOTE AFTER KERALA COURT JUDGMENT ON VARAHA ROOPAM PLAGIARISM ROW

Thaikkudam Bridge shared the court’s judgment on his Instagram handle which read, “Senior District and Sessions Judge, Kozhikode banned producer, director, music composer, Amazon, YouTube, Spotify, Wynk Music, Jiosavan and from others to play the song. Varaha Roopam in the movie kantara without permission from Thaikkudam Bridge. An injunction suit has been filed on behalf of Thaikkudam Bridge by music barrister Satish Murthi, Advocate at the Supreme Court of India. They captioned their post as follows:Thank you for everyone’s continued support. #navarasam #thaikkudambridge #bethebridge. Read also – Festival to combine music and adventure

Thaikkudam Bridge is a multi-genre music group based in Kerala, founded and formed in 2013 by Govind Vasantha and Siddharth Menon.

For more updates on Thaikkudam Bridge, Varaha Roopam and Kantara, check this space on India.com.

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