Ranveer Singh's Simmba receives a legal notice from a Beverage brand: Here's why!

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A Chhattisgarh-based beverages company has sent a legal notice to the makers of Simmba as they are already own a brand with the same title. Rohit Shetty's directorial Simmba is an action-comedy movie starring Ranveer Singh and Saif Ali Khan's daughter Sara Ali Khan in pivotal characters.

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Chhattisgarh-based company, Sona Beverages owns a brand named as Simba for aerated drinks, beer and mineral water. Soon after the matter was taken to official authorities, the court has asked the two-parties to come to a settlement.

Next hearing of the same matter will take place on 4th December. Padmavat star Ranveer Singh's upcoming movie Simmba is scheduled to release on 28th December.

Talking about the same, the court ordered: "It has also been impressed upon the counsel for the defendant (Rohit Shetty Pictures) that the defendant ought to respond to the plaintiff's (Sona Beverages) notice and also explore the possibility of an arrangement being entered into, failing which, on the next date, the matter will be heard."

Female lead of Simmba, Sara Ali Khan will be making her Bollywood debut with two of the biggest movies of the year; Kedarnath and Simmba. Talking about the same earlier, Sara said: "We can say that there is a pressure because two films are on the row, but there are some advantages also which I cannot deny. I have got two films and I am really lucky to ask for work from filmmakers like Abhishek Kapoor sir and Rohit Shetty sir. I have tried my level best to justify the opportunity.”

On a related note, Simmba will be the first project of Ranveer Singh in collaboration with Golmaal director Rohit Shetty. Simmba is expected to hit the theaters on 28th December

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