When a writer alleged that Jugjugg Jeeyo shared a similar script, Jugjugg Jeeyo encountered legal troubles. In his petition, he said that Dharma Productions and its staff had violated his copyright. In addition, he requested the court to halt the film’s distribution. The Ranchi court has dismissed the lawsuit and granted the green light for the film’s June 24 release. A day prior to its release in theatres.
Johar was relieved when the release date was maintained. In response to the decision, a member of the production company tweeted, “# Jugjugg Jeeyo.”He said, “In the ongoing case of copyright infringement, the Hon’ble Commercial Court of Ranchi has today, in open court, denied Vishal Singh’s application against Karan Johar and Dharma Productions to stop the release of their highly anticipated film Jugjugg Jeeto.”
The insider stated that Karan Johar will take action against the author. “Dharma Productions and Karan Johar are both in the process of suing Vishal Singh for defamation and damages,” the insider said.
Vishal A. Singh, for those unaware, was the author who charged Dharma Productions. He mentioned in a tweet that he had distributed the Bunny Rani script. A film featuring Karan Johar about a middle-aged couple seeking a divorce.