“Even if you are a minority of one, the truth is the truth.”
~ Mahatma Gandhi
Who would have thought that a movie director as great as Rakesh Roshan himself would steal a story from somewhere? But now it looks like the truth. The sequel to the India’s greatest superhero movie, Krrish 3 was actually stolen by the director Rakesh Roshan from a novel ‘Suardan’, alleges the author of the novel, Roop Narayan Sonkar.
Sonkar has also filed a case against Rakesh Roshan under the copyright act to get his novel the justice. Krrish 3 was a successful hit at the box office with the collection of more than 100 crore rupees overseas but now this success has come to the question mark of doubt.
So did Rakesh Roshan really stole the Krrish 3 story?
Now who will provide justice to the novelist Narayan Sonkar?
The allegations charged by Sonkar on Rakesh Roshan states that Roshan stole the story of the movie ‘Krrish 3’ from ‘Suardan’, a novel published by him in the year 2010. The concept of the word ‘Manwar’ has been rudely copied by him in Krrish 3 which was actually created by Sonkar by mixing up the words ‘Manav’ (human) and ‘Janwar’ (animal).
For now the words of police on this case are that the matter will be seriously investigated and when Rakesh Roshan was asked for a comment on the case his reply was, “The matter is sub-judice. I cannot comment.”