Hyderabad(Hyd): A court in Hyderabad(Hyd) on Tue. restrained Netflix from releasing web show “Bad Boy Billionaires: India(In)” on the personal life post of Satyam Computer Solutions creator B. Ramalinga Raju who has been convicted in Satyam scam & 3 remaining.
A Hyderabad(Hyd) civil court moved the stay order on a petition registered by Raju, who has been declared on bail in 2018. He sought orders to restrain Netflix from releasing the web show on the field that it’d invade his own privacy in an unlawful way.
Raju also said that the narrative contained half-truths & palpably designed to bring down his own prestige.
Netflix has already declared the trailer of the web show that is regarding Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi, Subrata Roy & Ramalinga Raju.
“What would you accomplish to make it to the top? To build an empire? To retain an image? Bad Boy Billionaires answers just that. Dive into the stories of India(In)’s most infamous billionaires – Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi, Subrata Roy, & Byrraju Ramalinga Raju as they schedule, plot & maneuver using their own increases & falls. See as insiders & experts debate what made these people genius &, in some of the instances, the biggest conmen,” reads the description by Netflix.
A court in Bihar(BR) had last week restrained Netflix from utilizing Subrata Roy’s name within the web show.
The over INR 7,000 cr Satyam scam had come to light on Jan 7, 2009 when Ramalinga Raju admitted that the firm’s account(a/c) books & profits have been inflated over numerous yrs. to the tune of multiple crores of rupees.
Police detained him 2 days thereafter on a case by some of the shareholders.
The CBI registered 3 charge sheets over Raju & the different charged, charging them with deceiving, offender conspiracy, forgery, falsification of accounts & breach of trust.
A special CBI court in Apr 2015 had sentenced him, his own 2 brothers & 7 remaining to 7 yrs. in prison within the complaint, stated to be India(In)’s largest corporate fake.
Although, a mo thereafter, the metropolitan sessions court discontinued their own sentence & granted them bail.