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Veteran actor, Manoj Kumar, is all set to sue SRK and Eros International over not removing specific scenes which spoofed him in the 2007 blockbuster film, Om Shanti Om. His lawyer, Ashok Saraogi, sent a defamation notice to Shahrukh Khan (chairman of Red Chillies Entertainment (distributor of Om Shanti Om)) for Rs. 100 crores for not removing these spoof scenes before the film's release in Japan.
Ten years back, Shah Rukh Khan's, Red Chillies Entertainment ventured into an area of film making that was seldom trod upon - the making of an epic movie. On the 26th of October 2001, Shah Rukh Khan along with Kareena Kapoor set the screen ablaze with his dream project, "Asoka". The movie was critically scrutinised and not very well received in the box office but B-Town had found a new couple, that of SRK and Kareena. Kareena even claims to have the best on screen chemistry with Khan.
Setting new standards for the use of digital media for promotion of Indian films, the King of Bollywood Shah Rukh Khan launched a custom built movie channel on the world‘s leading online video platform YouTube for his upcoming superhero film RA.ONE. Khan's production company, Red Chillies Entertainment the producer of RA.ONE, together with the YouTube team also released a thrilling viral promo for the upcoming film.