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Main Na Bhoolunga: Manoj Kumar to sue SRK
Just a day after the Mumbai Cricket Association announced that ban on Shahrukh Khan's entry into the Wankhede Stadium will stay, the Bollywood actor has been caught in another trouble and this time with the legendary film actor Manoj Kumar.

Kumar will file a lawsuit against Khan and the producers of 2007 movie Om Shanti Om to seek damages to the tune of Rs 100 crores for screening the movie in Japan without removing scenes which the actor felt ridiculed him.

There were lots of rumors saying SRK apologized to Kumar but it seems that the actor is still mad about the film. Kumar intends to file a case against SRK and Eros on April 1 for defamation. According to Indian express, Manoj Kumar said, “The film was released in Japan without deleting those scenes. I had forgiven them twice but not this time. They have disrespected me. They also face contempt of court as in 2008 the court had asked them to forever and from all prints and broadcast material, delete those scenes.”

As the complaint is being filed on April 1, many would have hoped and prayed it to be an April fool prank but SRK, it seems, isn’t that lucky. The yesteryears popular actor has decided to file both civil and criminal case against the producers of Om Shanti Om. The film that showed the bygone era, although tried to placate Manoj Kumar in the film by making SRK to say, “Manoj Kumar bahut achche hai,' but even that did not melt Kumar's heart.

Kumar apparently got the court to ask the producers to remove his spoof part before the satellite screening but they did not adhere to the same ruling in Japan.

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