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Yashoda, Starring Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Faces Legal Issues; The Hyderabad Court Delays Its OTT Release

Yashoda, Samantha Ruth Prabhu's most recent box office smash, has stirred up controversy. The Hyderabad Civil Court has received a complaint from a hospital against the movie.
by Fitha Fathima | November 24, 2022 19:20 IST
Yashoda, Starring Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Faces Legal Issues; The Hyderabad Court Delays Its OTT Release

Yashoda, Samantha Ruth Prabhu's most recent box office smash, has stirred up controversy several days after its release. The Hyderabad Civil court has put a stop to the action thriller, which was directed by Hari and Harish. According to rumours, The EVA IVF Hospital has filed a lawsuit against Yashoda for disparaging their facility. According to the EVA IVF Hospital, their credibility and reputation may suffer as a result of how the surrogacy mafia. The hospital's administration has petitioned the court, claiming that the movie is harming the hospital's reputation. By delaying the film's OTT distribution, the Hyderabad court addressed the issue and rendered a decision in favour of the hospital. According to reports, Yashoda won't be permitted to release on OTT platforms until December 19.

 
The hospital claimed that the movie utilized its name improperly and damaged its reputation in the petition. Samantha plays the role of a surrogate mother in the movie Yashoda, which centers on the surrogacy mafia at the hospital IVF.
 
The civil court has sent letters to the film's creators directing them to halt the digital release or premiere of the movie while the matter is still underway. More information regarding the lawsuit will be released following the hearing next month.
 
Along with other notable actors in crucial parts, Yashoda also features Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Unni Mukandan, Rao Ramesh, Murali Sharma, Sampath Raj, Shatru, Madhurima, Kalpika Ganesh, Divya Sripada, and Priyanka Sharma. Yashoda, which debuted in theatres on November 11 in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi, is still making money at the box office.
 
The actress expressed gratitude to the viewers for their positive reactions to the movie on November 18. She wrote a touching message on her Twitter account, "Dear audience, Your appreciation, and love for Yashoda is the greatest gift and support that I could have ever asked for. I am overwhelmed with joy and gratitude".


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