On Wednesday, a local court asked the producers of actor Akshay Kumar’s “Toilet: A Love Story” to answer the allegations of copyright infringement by July 31.

The case of a copyright infringement Jaipur-based film maker Pratik Sharma brought against Plan C Studios, in which between Reliance Entertainment and Friday’s filmworks Neeraj Pandey and the alliance between Shital Bhatia and Viacom 18 took place on July 7 in a Jaipur Metropolitan Court. Sharma claimed that the makers heave lifed the punchline and the subject from his flim”Gutrun Gutar Gun.”

“Toilet: Ek Prem Katha”, Directed by Shree Narayan Singh, is related to the need for condensation in India and based on the Clean India campaign of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It has the facility of Bhumi Pednekar with Akshay Kumar.

In the court
Sharma’s lawyer G.D. Bansal said that the Jaipur Metropolitan Court has asked to answer or logic in the case of a copyright response on July 31 at 11 a.m. the court had earlier issued a notice returnable on July 22. But as the strike was going on by clerk staff, the court gave the respondents as a new date to reply on July 26.