Director Prashanth Neel’s KGF was stuck in deep trouble. As environmentalists filed a case that the team is contaminating the Cyanide Hills. But, the court has dismissed the petition and has given permission to continue the shoot.
While this has given a sense of relief to KGF fans, there seems to be a new problem for the makers. Family Members of rowdy Thangam has filed a case against director Prashanth and actor Yash.
In his petition, his family members claim that the film has showcased Thangam in a negative light in the second part. Thangam is a real-life goon who commutes many unlawful activities and died in an encounter in 1997.
This is not the first time Thangam’s family has caused this problem. They’ve have already filed a case during the release of the first part. The Judicial court has sent a notice to Prashanth, Yash, and Karnataka Film Chamber it Commerce.