Shilpa Shetty’s defamation case upheld by Bombay HC; Here’s court’s statement

Amid all the controversy going around the Kundra's pornography case, recently with all this the image of Shilpa Shetty was lashed out by many media houses Shilpa filed a case against 29 media house for which she asked for a compensation of 25 crore for which Bombay High court has now uphold the case on the defamation on the Actor.

The High Court has ruled in favour of the actor and said that the right to privacy is correct and one cannot create conjecture on any person based on the tribulations that they or their family members may be facing.

As reported by TOI, the Bombay High Court released a statement with an important point which stated, “No court can say that because a person is a public figure of some sort, therefore that person must be deemed to have forever sacrificed her or his right to privacy." The statement further added that the right to free speech should not be considered as "declaration of open hunting" on any individual which can result in invasion of right to privacy. Balancing the statement, court also said that the investigation speculation cannot be stopped as there exists freedom speech and press.

The case of Raj Kundra is adjourned till 7 August, 2021.


by Nishita Sharma | Mon, Aug 02 - 02:28 PM

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