Self styled god man Nityananda has approached the Andhra Pradesh High Court today. He has filed a petition with the High Court seeking the court for stalling a Tollywood flick, which is based on his life. Nityananda's counsel moved the petition in the High Court on Tuesday. In the petition, Nityananda has mentioned that a Kannada movie based on his real life was dubbed into Telugu and in case this movie gets released, the sentiments of his devotees would be hurt.
Nityananda has even mentioned that this film was produced in such a way that it was derogatory and would attempt to insult and defame him. He has urged the court to direct the censor board to stall this film. The court, which has accepted the petition, would hear the same on Wednesday.
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