Ashish Kaul, the writer of Didda: The Warrior Queen of Kashmir, has accused Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda actor Kangana Ranaut of copyright infringement.

Manikarnika Returns: The Legend Of Didda is predicated on the historic Kashmiri queen Didda, the primary feminine monarch of the Kashmir Valley.

Whereas chatting with The Occasions of India, Ashish Kaul stated, “I’ve the unique copyrights to the life story of Didda who was the Princess of Lohar (Poonch), now in Jammu & Kashmir, and the Queen of Kashmir. Is it plausible by any stretch of creativeness {that a} story and a e book is being usurped by a famend actor-turned-social activist?”

Kaul added that Kangana Ranaut could counter his allegations by saying Didda is a historic determine and no one owns her story. However the writer claimed that no different historian besides he and Kalhana (a 12th century Kashmiri writer) has any details about her.

He went on to say that he’s “deeply aghast” that someone like Kangana who’s “conscious, educated, and apparently a nationalist” has accomplished such a factor.

“She has blatantly violated my sole rights. It’s unlawful and an absolute violation of the IPR and copyright legal guidelines of the identical nation that she swears by. I discover it so brazen and hideous and I’m nonetheless inclined to imagine that Kangana has been misguided,” Ashish Kaul concluded.


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