Madhubala’s sister threatens legal action against those making actor’s biopic | Bollywood

An official Madhubala biopic backed by the late actor’s sister Madhur Brij Bhushan is on the way. In a recent interview, Madhur, who is co-producing the upcoming project, warned any filmmaker against attempting any project on the legendary actor without his approval. Madhur, who is almost 80, said that any film on Madhubala was his ’emotional and legal right of the family’. Read more: Madhubala, a screen goddess who was unlucky in matters of the heart

Earlier in July, it was reported that the Madhubala biopic would be made after the late actor’s youngest sister Madhur Brij Bhushan signed a contract with the makers to kickstart the project. The biopic will be produced by Madhubala Ventures Pvt Ltd and Brewing Thoughts Pvt Ltd. Now, Madhur has warned those going ahead with any project based on his late sister’s life that he will face legal action. She also revealed that her accomplices are already engaged in some legal proceedings against some book publishers and producers for attempting to ‘unauthorized books or films’ based on Madhubala’s life.

“I request that no one should attempt any kind of project – based on or inspired by Madhubala – without my approval. Please don’t spoil the moment for us… if people don’t heed my requests. I will have no option but to take strict legal action and sue them for violating the rights of my family as well as emotionally and mentally. Harassment. All those people who are doing this kind of project. He will be dragged to court. I am a fighter, and will fight even more,” Madhur told Pinkvilla.

She added that she is going ahead with the Madhubala biopic so that the late actor continues the good, noble deeds that the late actor did in his lifetime. He said Madhubala was “a very philanthropic person” and added that her family has the right to tell the story of the legendary actor’s life. Stating that some people were troubling him and his sisters ‘mentally and emotionally’, Madhur requested him to take on ‘other subjects and personalities’ for his films.

“What have we done wrong (what have we done wrong)? This (Madhubala’s life story) is the emotional and legal right of my family. At this age, I and my sisters are being harassed mentally and emotionally by some people. Is this correct (is it fair)? I request all those who are planning (to make a project on Madhubala’s life) not to go ahead with any such plan. There are many other subjects and personalities on which beautiful films can be made.” According to a report in Pinkvilla, Madhubala’s biopic has many actors and filmmakers interested, but the makers are yet to shortlist the cast and crew. .

Born as Mumtaz Jahan Begum Dehlvi, Madhubala began acting in films at the age of nine – she made her debut as a child artist in 1942 with Basant – and her first proper role was Neel Kamal (1947). ) was in the form of Ganga; She was only 14 years old at that time. From then, till her death, she was one of the most successful actors in the Hindi film industry. He acted in many other films like Mahal, Nirala, Tarana, Kala Pani, Howrah Bridge, Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi (1958) and Mughal-e-Azam. Madhubala died on 23 February 1969 at the age of 36.


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