Akshay Kumar serves ₹500 crore defamation note to YouTuber

Actor Akshay Kumar has served defamation observe to a YouTuber from Bihar, looking for ₹500 crores in damages for making “false and baseless allegations” against him in the Sushant Singh Rajput demise case.

Kumar, in the felony, be aware despatched thru law firm I C Legal on November 17, stated Rashid Siddiquee, in his YouTube channel FF News, has uploaded numerous defamatory, libelous, and derogatory videos against him.

The Bollywood actor has sought an unconditional apology from the YouTuber, who has been booked by way of the Mumbai police in a separate defamation case, and additionally removal of objectionable films from his channel.
The actor has requested Siddiquee to put up an unconditional apology, take down all of the videos where references had been made concerning him, and desist from uploading such clips in the future.

The observe stated if Siddiquee fails to reply to the attention inside a duration of three days, the actor would initiate felony proceedings towards him.

The Mumbai police have one by one filed a case towards Siddiquee on prices of defamation, public mischief, and intentional insult for his posts in opposition to the town police, Maharashtra government, and minister Aaditya Thackeray.

Siddiquee became on November 3 granted anticipatory bail in the case by way of a Mumbai courtroom, which directed him to cooperate in the probe.