The underground gangster Abu Salem has sent legal notices to filmmakers Raju Hirani, Vidhu Vinod Chopra and others involved in the recently released film Sanju for allegedly criticizing him on a particular scene. The notice sent through advocate Prashant Pandey, who stated that the film depicted misleading information about Salem.
Salem claimed on the scene where Ranbir Kapoor gives a confessional statement about possession of arms during communal tension around our country in 1993 and Salem said that his client never supplied the arms and ammunition as alleged to Sanjay Dutt as pictured in the film.
Gangster Abu Salem sends legal notice to makers of 'Sanju' movie, seeks publication of contradiction to the wrong information about him in the movie and an apology.Notice also states that if makers of the movie fail to do so in 15 days,he will file a defamation case against them. pic.twitter.com/Kn1FyyRLW0
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The notice said that the gangster Salem did not supply arms to Sanjay which can be proven by evidence of approvers in the blast case. the scene should be removed from the film within 15 days of receipt. If it was not done within due time, legal action would be taken against the markers.
Even after the release of the movie, legal troubles are still hampering over Sanju. Sanju’s fans are waiting to watch how the filmmakers will respond to this legal notice.