Entertainment : World-famous OTT platform Netflix releases 3 Episodes of ‘Bad Boy Billionaires: India’ amid legal tensions.
Netflix earlier had released many web series amid legal challenges like Gunjan Saxena, Sacred Games, and Delhi crime are among them. Netflix has won big Bollywood movies like Love Aaj Kal, Mrs. Serial killer, and others.
‘Bad Boy Billionaires: India’ is a documentary series total of four episodes. Four episodes depict the biggest economic fraud in India by billionaires.
Liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya, Head of Sahara group Subrata Roy, Jeweller Nirav Modi, and IT executive Ramalinga Raju are the four fraudsters made biggest scams, wanted by the public and the Government of India for the unlawful affair, illegal violation of faith, cheating, and dishonesty including the corruption, money laundering, fraud and breach of contract.
This series concentrates on these four businessmen who were ultimately brought down for money laundering. All four businessmen complain that this series should not be released because their reputation will be damaged.
Bihar court orders Netflix to stop premiering this series because of this order series is released late one month than planned. But, now the court has released restrictions on the series, but a final decision is awaited.
On Monday, the first three episodes premiered while legal processing was going on. This controversial series consisted of a total of 4 episodes. The last episode is not premiered because of legal obstacles created by the lawyer of Ramalinga Raju.
Netflix released the statement that this court case is against their community guidelines. They also argued that this freezes free speech and hurts the company financially.
At present, Vijay Mallya is answering the UK court on the behalf of the Government of India. Nirav Modi is arrested in the UK and the court case is going on. Subrata Roy had been arrested and jailed at Tihar but now he is on bail.
Also, Ramalinga Raju is on bail. He is the former chairman and CEO of Satyam Computer Services. All four had denied any wrongdoing against the court.