Judgemental Hai Kya Slammed For Plagiarism
Judgemental Hai Kya starring Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao have seen its fair share of controversies.
But the film has come under the scanner yet again.
An artist has alleged that one of the new posters of the black comedy-thriller featuring Kangana Ranaut has been plagiarised.
Flora Dorsey, a Hungarian digital artist, and a photographer has accused the makers of ‘Judgemental Hai Kya’ movie of plagiarism.
The artist alleged that they had copied her work for the poster of the movie without asking for her permission.
Flora Dorsey who has verified accounts on both Facebook and Instagram, also shared a collage on the social media, comparing the film’s posters and another photograph which she said is her piece of art.and work.
The poster in question shows Kangana’s face which is half-covered with a cat, while Rajkumar Rao’s face is half covered with the rat, an indication to the cat and mouse chase; the movie is all about.
Rajkumar had shared the poster on his twitter handle on July 26.
The makers and the actors of the recently released film are yet to react on the accusations.
The Hungarian artist has found support in the netizens who are calling out the makers of the film ‘Judgemental Hai Kya’ and asking them to accept their mistake.
While launching the film’s trailer, Kangana Ranaut got into an ugly spat with journalists, creating another bitter controversy.
The film was initially called ‘Mental Hai kya,’ but the title was changed to ‘Judgemental Hai Kya’ after mental health experts termed it as insensitive towards the people who suffered from the mental health issues Judgemental Hai kya is about two murder suspects, Kangana Ranaut as Bobbsuand Rajkumar Rao as Keshav.
While bobby is a dubbing artist suffering from acutes Psychosis, a mental disorder, Keshav is the new tenant whom she gets attracted to.
But, Keshav is married to Reema played by Amyra Dastur who is murdered, and Bobby is convinced that Keshav is behind the murder.
The film received Rave Reviews from the critics, and it is like by the moviegoers too.
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