A few months ago, RGV announced that his upcoming film, Murder, is based on the brutal killing of Nalgonda Dalit youngster Perumalla Pranay. His widowed wife and father moved the Nalgonda SC, ST Court against Murder’s release, alleging that the film will invade their privacy.
With the Nalgonda Court stalling the release, RGV and the film’s makers moved the High Court in Hyderabad. In a major relief, the HC on Friday quashed the Nalgonda Court’s order and allowed Murder’s release. The High Court also directed RGV to not name his film’s lead actors after Pranay and Amrutha and to also add a disclaimer that the film is a work of fiction.
RGV then made a u-turn and said in a press meet that Murder is not based on Pranay and Amrutha’s story and that he was inspired by real-life incidents to make the film. He further assured that his film will not intimidate or insult Pranay and Amrutha.
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