Amid copyright row, 'Largo Finch' director curious to watch 'Agnyaathavaasi'

“I think I’m gonna buy a ticket (plane first then movie)," the director tweeted.
Amid copyright row, 'Largo Finch' director curious to watch 'Agnyaathavaasi'
Amid copyright row, 'Largo Finch' director curious to watch 'Agnyaathavaasi'
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Reports that the Pawan Kalyan starrer Agnyaathavaasi is based on the French movie Largo Winch started to do rounds several months ago and the doubt strengthened with the film’s tagline ‘Prince in Exile’.

Apparently, Largo Finch is about the adopted son of a businessman trying to track down the killers of his father and prove that he is the legal heir.

There have been speculations that the storyline of Largo Finch and Agnyaathavaasi are similar but the makers haven’t responded to that allegation yet.

Further, T-Series, which has the remake rights of the French Film in India, has issued a legal notice to the producers of Agnyaathavaasi ahead of its release on January 10. While the censor formalities have been cleared and the film is gearing up for release, this legal tangle comes as a problem.

Meanwhile, the director of Largo Finch, Jerome Salle has said that he is curious to watch Agnyaathavaasi.

Taking to his Twitter page, he posted, “I think I’m gonna buy a ticket (plane first then movie) #Curiosity #Agnyaathavaasi #LargoWinch”

Directed by Trivikram Srinivas, Agnyaathavaasi is produced by S Radha Krishna under his banner Haarika & Haasini Creations.

The film stars Pawan Kalyan in the lead role with Keerthy Suresh playing his female lead. Others in the star cast are Anu Emmanuel, Aadhi Pinisetty, Boman Irani, Kushboo, Parag Tyagi, Rao Ramesh, Sampath Raj, Murali Sharma, Vennela Kishore, Ajay, Sameer Hasan, and Aadukalam Naren.

Anirudh Ravichander, who is making his debut as music composer with this flick in Tollywood, will also be seen making a cameo appearance in it along with the veteran actor D Venkatesh.

With T Series slapping a legal notice of the makers of Agnyaathavaasi seeking an explanation and the director of Largo Finch curious about the film, it needs to be seen how the filmmakers would react.

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