New Delhi, Apr 20 : Frankfinn Airhostess training institute has approached Delhi High Court seeking compensation of Rs 35 lakh from the makers of upcoming Bollywood movie "Dum Maro Dum" for allegedly depicting it in a negative manner.
The Abhishek Bachchan and Bipasha Basu-starer movie is slated to be released on April 22.
Justice Manmohan Singh on Tuesday sought a response from the film producer Ramesh Sippy and director Rohan Sippy on a civil suit filed by the city-based private company for allegedly depicting the institute and its service in a bad light.
"The character in the film does not show a student of Frankfinn in a good light. This film does not help in any way to maintain the good reputation and image of the company," the airhostess training institute told the court seeking removal of certain scenes in the movie.
"The director and the producer are personally liable for the story of the movie and the manner of depiction of the movie scenes," the company said in the suit claiming a damage of Rs 35 lakh.
The company also sought removal of the institute's uniform, the logo and any other similar trademark in the film. PTI