Though there had been some eleventh hour speculation over a potentially roadblock on the release of Vishal Bhardwaj’s ‘Rangoon,’ the release has finally been facilitated.

As per latest reports, the team of ‘Rangoon’ have been asked by the Bombay High Court to deposit a total of two crore rupees.

A team from the production house Wadia Movietone Pvt. Ltd had accused the makers of ‘Rangoon’ of lifting the lead character from their movie ‘Hunterwaali,’ played by Australian stuntwoman Mary Evans also known popularly as Fearless Nadia, to make Kangana Ranaut’s character in the film, Julia.


“I am ruling in favour of plaintiff (Wadia Movietone). But if you agree to deposit Rs 2 crore as bank guarantee, I will allow the release of the movie on Friday,” said Justice KR Shriram, while asking the producers to pay 10 per cent annual interest on the amount till a conclusion is reached.