A Mumbai court has temporarily banned an online mobile game named ‘Selmon Bhoi’, which is reportedly based on an incident of ‘hit and run’, in which Bollywood actor Salman Khan. khan hit and run incident). Civil Court Judge K. M. Jaiswal had issued the order on Monday, copy of which was received on Tuesday.
The court has prohibited game maker Parody Studios Pvt Ltd and its directors from disseminating, presenting, reproducing and reproducing any material related to the game and the actors. The court has also directed the game’s makers to immediately remove the game from the Google Play Store and other platforms. “Prima facie, by looking at the game and its photographs, it appears prima facie that it matches the identity of the plaintiff (Khan) and pertains to the hit-and-run case connected with it,” the court said. The court said that Khan never gave his consent for the game. “When the plaintiffs have not given their consent to the production of this game, which is exactly the same as their identity and the case against them, their right to privacy is definitely violated and their image,” the order said. has also suffered a loss.
The court also said that the game’s makers used Khan’s identity and popularity for economic gain. Khan had filed a petition against the makers of the game last month. The petition had contended that the pronunciation of ‘Salmon Bhoi’ is similar to that of Khan’s popular name ‘Salman Bhai’.