A lower court in Assam has put on hold the release of the Assamese feature film ‘Sri Raghupati’, starring Ravi Sharma, reportedly based on Raghupati Rai Baruah, an ACS officer.
Hearing the matter, a lower court had put a stay order on the film’s release that was scheduled to take place today. The Kamrup (M) District and Sessions Judge Court put the stay order over allegations of breach of contract with former producer Suruj Sarma.
The Kamrup (M) District & Sessions Judge Court issued a stay order in response to claims of contract violation with former producer Suruj Sarma.
Producer Salen Kumar Sharma, whose ‘Maniratna Entertainment’ was set to release the film today, had to approach the Gauhati High Court regarding the matter after the lower court stayed the release of the film till July 15.
The film ‘Sri Raghupati,’ starring Ravi Sarma, was scheduled for release on June 2.
Preety Kongana, Priyam Pallavi, Siddhartha Sarma, Arun Nath, and Arun Hazarika are among the cast members.
The plot of the film ‘Sri Raghupati’ centres around Raghupati Rai Baruah, an ACS officer noted for his integrity and thoroughness, who embarks on a rash trip to find missing women. During the inquiry, he discovers a women trafficking network, which leads to even more problematic issues.