By Bollywood Hungama News Network, March 31, 2008 – 15:42 IST

The Noida Police has summoned the noted filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma in a case filed against him by T-Series for violating the MoU /Assignment on June 11, 2007. The MoU / Assignment deed was executed between RGV and T-Series for an Assignment of Audio & Home Video Rights of 14 cinematograph films and for promoting his films amongst the general public to serve their common purpose. T-Series had also paid towards the promotion of the films, which released under the said MoU /Assignment, namely, Nishabd, Shiva, Darwaza Bandh Rakho and RGV Ki Aag.

Talking about the current status of the case, Narendra Sharma, Senior Inspector of Police (Noida) said, “We have issued a legal notice to Ram Gopal Varma asking him to submit all the legal documents pertaining to the case, before April 5. If for any reason/s, RGV fails to turn up in the allotted time-span, then, he will have to undergo a rigorous trial.”

When Bollywood Hungama enquired Sharma, about the section/s, under which RGV would he be held, in case he is proven guilty, he said, “It will depend to what extent he is proven guilty, which will be clarified after he submits the legal documents.”

The court case is expected to commence as soon as the documents are filed with the Noida police by RGV.