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Once bitten twice shy

After Ravi Chopra got a notice from the makers of “My Cousin Vinny” for lifting their movie to make the Govinda-Sushmita-Lara-starrer “Banda Yeh Bindass Hai”, Bollywood has suddenly turned ultra cautious. Vipul Shah has reportedly made music composer Pritam sign an anti-plagiarism indemnity to avoid any ‘inspired’ music in his film “Action Replay”.

Now Indra Kumar and Ashok Thakeria are hitting back at reports claiming that their film “Daddy Cool” released on August 28 is not a lift but a permitted Hindi version of the English film “Death at a Funeral”. The filmmakers have obtained written permission to make a Bollywood film on their story.

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