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Film late, Kerala writer wants Bhim’s story back

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A Kerala court has issued a temporary injunction on the use of the M.T. Vasudevan Nair-penned script of the film adaptation of his Mahabharat-based Malayalam novel Randamoozham on the ground of inordinate delay in starting filming.

Nair had moved the additional munsiff court in Kozhikode seeking his script back from filmmaker V.A. Shrikumar Menon. The script, one version in Malayalam and the other in English for translation into other languages for the proposed multi-lingual movie starring superstar Mohanlal in the lead role, had been handed over to Menon four years ago, but filming is yet to begin.

The film, whose proposed budget was Rs 1,000 crore, was to be India’s most expensive movie. Besides Mohanlal, who was to play the central character of Bhim, the names of Amitabh Bachchan and Telugu actor Nagarjuna had been doing the rounds.

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