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“Yashoda by Samantha Prabhu delayed on OTT due to legal hurdles”



In Samantha Prabhu’s Yashoda, the lead character adopts a child to get money for her sister’s medical expenses.

Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s character used the name of his hospital in her most recent film, Yashoda, which led a doctor in Hyderabad to bring a defamation lawsuit against the actor in this city. While the civil court hears the case, the film’s OTT release, which initially opened in theatres on November 11, has been postponed until December 19.
The film’s producers and filmmakers have also been accused by Dr Mohan Kumar, owner of the Eva IVF Hospital, of allegedly “misusing the name and harming the hospital’s reputation.” According to sources, the court has sent notifications requesting their responses.

In the movie Samantha Prabhu’s Yashoda, the title character adopts a child in exchange for money to pay for her sister’s medical treatment. As per the movie’s narrative, she is transported to a hospital called “Eva,” where she learns that several other women there are becoming surrogates because they are impoverished and need the money much as she does. The movie centres around a business that unlawfully “rents out wombs,” even though commercial surrogacy is prohibited in India.

On November 11, “Yashoda” was released in theatres in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam.

It was produced by Sivalenka Krishna Prasad and directed by Hari Shankar and Harish Narayan (credited as Hari-Harish).

The other three languages were later dubbed after what has first shot in Tamil and Telugu.

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