Mahesh’s and Pawan Kalyan’s producers gets a huge relief from the CID Court
The two movies Mahesh Babu-Trivikram's Khaleja and Pawan Kalyan's Komaram Puli released in 2010 have ended up being titanic fiascos at the box-office. Unfortunately, the producers for both the movies was Singanamala Ramesh Babu and C Kalyan.
Presently, even after almost 10 years, both the movies have been running into disputes even till date. Mainstream video conveyance companies Shalimar Videos and Universal Home Entertainment had approached the CID Court in mid-2011, stating that Singanamala Ramesh and C Kalyan had threatened them with the assistance of a don Bhanu Kiran for the dispute in regards to the films' DVD and VCD rights.
Responding to it Ramesh and Kalyan had told the court that they didn't sell both Khaleja and Komaram Puli's DVD and VCD rights to Shalimar and Universal, as the companies neglected to pay the full concurred measure of Rs 52.50 lakh for every film according to the understanding. They further mentioned to the court that two checks of Rs 22.25 lakh each were paid while Rs 12.50 lakh liquid cash was conveyed twice in the next installment.
Seeking to this both Shalimar and Universal representatives had claimed that C Kalyan had abused them in Bhanu Kiran's presence and even threatened them of disparate results if they meet him once again carrying this dispute. After a long investigation and a few hearings, the court today suppressed the case because of the absence of legitimate proof and mitigated Singanamala Ramesh and C Kalyan and Bhanu Kiran.