The Delhi Supreme Court on Thursday refused the release of ‘Nyay: The justice“Which supposedly is based on the death of Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput. The plea was made by the late actor’s father, KK Singh, who applied for a residency in several films made after his death. Singh had said in his plea that the films “take advantage of the situation” and “try to use this opportunity for ulterior motives”.
Leading actor Zuber K Khan hailed the verdict in favor of the film and said he was waiting for the audience to see the film. The Nyay: The Justice trailer was released on Friday, a few days before the actor’s first anniversary of death. With veterans like Asrani, Shakti Kapoor, and Sudha Chandran starring, it seemed like a bad job, with some of the worst gruesome media coverage after Sushant’s death to find a place in it.
In an exclusive chat with socialmediagossips.com, however, Zuber tried to say that the film is not a biopic about Sushant, but a story inspired by his life. The actor added that he has felt unhappy about the case since the film was released as he regards this project as a tribute to Sushant Singh Rajput.
“It was very disappointing for me, I even cried a couple of times. There has been so much backlash, but I want to tell socialmediagossips that I was his fan. And that was my way of paying tribute to the actor. There is no personal agenda for me or anyone to make this film. I was very upset the whole time and now that the film has got the green light, I can’t wait for socialmediagossips to see it, ”added Zuber.
The Naagin actor shared that he has known Sushant Singh Rajput for years and that they have even trained together. “He was the one who taught me martial arts. I was pretty close to him, but when he moved out we lost touch over the years, “Zuber said, adding that he was devastated by the actor’s death. “I could. I think I manifested this movie to myself. I didn’t even try to copy it, I used my acting to pay tribute to it,” he added.
Zuber Khan announced that the Sushant manager’s lawyer was producing Nyay: The Justice and so he believed they would not try to paint him a negative shade. “I took the time to say yes because I didn’t want anything wrong or negative to be projected. Although the film is very close to reality, it was inspired by his life and is not just based on controversy. It’s about this man’s journey from the underdog to fame as a TV actor and then to star. There is no great revelation because the audience already knows about this story, it’s all open to the public. “
The actor shared that filming the film was a difficult time for him and he often collapsed. “As an actor, I was able to understand the journey and the emotions. Be it Sushant or Mahendra Singh in the film and even me, we’ve all seen our ups and downs and it was a challenging time to relive them on screen. I got goosebumps speaking the dialogues. And the death scene definitely shook me, ”he added.
“We’re not trying to make a statement, that’s what the law is for. Our film is a commercial, entertaining film with romance, thrills, and even singing and dancing. I would ask everyone to see it before they judge us. Each of us worked hard on it, ”he added.
In conclusion, the actor said that while the team wanted to release the film in theaters, they could have a digital release in case they stay closed.