Jeethu Joseph riposte over "Drishyam" controversy

Jeethu Joseph responds to legal notice over 'Drishyam'
Few days back we have reported about legal notice served to makers of "Drishyam" Malayalam movie by Bollywood producer Ekta Kapoor. Latest in the addition of this controversy is director Jeethu Joseph riposte and turn down the claim of Ekta owned Balaji Telefilms that movie's some portions have been adapted from book "The devotion of suspect X".

 On this issue, Jeethu clarifies that after
getting letter from Balaji Telefilms legal team, I have watched the Japanese movie "Suspect X" (an adaptation of the Japanese novel 'The devotion of suspect X'). There could be similarities between "Drishyam" and "Suspect X", but my film is neither an adaptation nor a copy. Similarities could happen when we indulge in creative work and it shouldn't be made into controversy.

 "They might be anxious about Hindi remake of "Drishyam", which could effect their film based on Japanese novel. On the other I won't be directing that Hindi version of "Drishyam" as I have other projects in Malayalam.", says Jeethu, who is busy with the Tamil remake, which will star Kamal Haasan in the lead character.

 Well stay tune with us for more updates on this issue.....

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