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Indian 2 Issue – The conflicts end up and shooting may start soon!



The Chennai High Court has given a new verdict regarding the ‘Indian 2’ film directed by Shankar and starring Kamal Haasan. Shankar-direction Indian 2 is being produced by Lyca and stars Kamal Haasan, Kajal Agarwal, and Siddharth among others. Filming for the film has stalled for more than a year due to a number of reasons, including an accident at Corona Lockdown, in the filming site. In this situation, the Chennai High Court has given a sensational verdict regarding the Indian 2 film issue. The long-awaited movie is Indian 2. In February 2020, a crane fell on the Indian 2 shooting site by killing 3 workers. Following this, work on the film did not begin for a number of reasons, including Corona and Lockdown. Indian 2 Issue ends up with ease and might start soon. Thus, Shankar made announcements about his next films.

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In this context, a separate judge dismissed the case filed by Lyca in the Chennai High Court seeking an injunction against director Shankar for directing other films without completing Indian 2. An appeal has lodged on behalf of Lyca against this. The appeal came up for hearing before Chief Justice Sanjeev Banerjee and Justice PD Audikesavalu. At the time, Lyca’s lawyer said, “Retired Supreme Court Judge R. Banumathi has appointed to look into the matter. We are going to participate in his mediation practice. At the time, Shankar is not going to insist on not directing another film. ” A request has then made from Shankar’s side to allow the completion of the films already agreed upon. The judges, who recorded arguments from both sides, ordered the appeal case to be closed. Thus, all the problems related to the ‘Indian 2’ movie are expected to end soon.

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