The worst fears of Anubhav Sinha and his GULAAB GANG team seem to have come true. Sampat Pal, the leader of the real-life GULABI GANG, has filed a case against the film at Delhi High Court. Apparently, her argument is that the makers don't have a permission to make a film on her life.
The case joins the list of dozens of others when a development like this has taken place just days before a film's release. With the film arriving this Friday and prints waiting to be dispatched, especially overseas, filing of the case couldn't have been more ill-timed for Sahara Movie Studios who are presenting the film. CHECK OUT: Sahara Movie Studios supremely optimistic over GULAAB GANG
We tried contacting Anubhav to gain an idea around further developments, but he was unavailable for comment. A senior official attached to the film, added though, "It is surprising that Sampat has filed this case when in last few months we have said hundreds of times that GULAAB GANG is not based on her story or that of GULABI GANG. We would be shortly sharing an official response on this case."
Guess it would be a heated scenario for sure during next few days for both the parties.