'Shubha Can Watch Our Film'

The latest news doing the rounds in Bangalore is that the Supreme Court has granted bail to advocate

Published: 12th August 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th August 2014 08:08 AM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: The latest news doing the rounds in Bangalore is that the Supreme Court has granted bail to advocate Shubha in the 2003 murder case that made headlines.  Shubha was allegedly the mastermind behind the murder of her fiance Girish. However, this news has not perturbed the makers of Ring Road Shubha.

12film.jpg There were several rumours that the film was inspired by Shubha’s case. However, director Priya begs to differ this time too. “We have taken inspiration from more than one real-life incident and not just from Shubha’s case. We have nothing to worry about as this is not Shubha’s story. Recently, there was news that Ring Road Shubha talks about Vijay’s personal life, and we did clarify on that matter. Ring Road.... is nobody’s story,” she says. Priya is confident that the film will not get into any trouble and is even ready to show it to Shubha if she wants to watch it. “We have no problem. Shubha is most welcome to watch Ring Road Shubha. It is better if she watches it, because she would understand what the film is about,” she says.

 Priya is currently in Mumbai for the final stages of her film. “I will be back in a couple of days and we will fix the date of release,” she says.

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