Kangana Ranaut-Rajukummar Rao Judgment star Hai Kya went to the cinema this Friday on July 26 and made a good number at the box office within a few days of release. The film, from the beginning, has been involved in the direct controversy of the title changed from Mental Hai Kya to Judgment in Hai Kya. Now filmmakers find themselves in other controversies regarding his new poster and a Hungarian artist accusing plagiarism makers.
Flora Borsi, a well-known Hungarian photographer and visual artist accused the filmmakers of Judgment Hai Kya, Balaji Motion Pictures-run by Ekta Kapoor, copying his works without his permission in the latest film poster. The digital poster was introduced a few days ago and featured the main actors Kangana Ranaut and Rajkummar Rao with cats and mice juxtaposed on each other's faces. Flora Borsi went down to Facebook to share the collage of her original artwork with the questionable Judge Hai Kya poster. Both photos have striking similarities that cannot be denied! He wrote, "Are there similarities? It was a famous bollywood film poster called "Judgmentall Hai Kya". They did not ask permission or reach me. It's a shame for large companies to copy the work of freelance artists ... "
Some netizens, supporting Flora, also criticized all of India. But the artist quickly answered and wrote, "Thank you very much, friends for supporting me, but I don't want anyone to express hatred towards a nation or country. It's all about big industry vs. artists."
He also added that he did not think Bollywood had anything to do with it. Instead, the creative director must be responsible for the action. He wrote, "Bollywood has nothing to do with this. It's all about the art department and creative directors. Their responsibility is feedback, which brings negativity in the big picture, namely Bollywood. When someone does bad things, people can 'don't blame country of birth. "