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Bombay High Court Directs Eros International to Pay Bhansali Productions a sum of Rs.19.39 lakh

The petition was filed against the Eros International for seeking relief for selling, exploiting, licensing and distributing the rights of film Ramleela. The court, in this case, directed the respondent to pay Rs. 19, 39,241to the petitioner within three weeks.

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