The release of Netflix’s docuseries ‘Bad Boy Billionaires:India’ is put on hold after a court order.
The docu-series focuses on the frauds committed by the high-profile business tycoons Vijay Mallya, Subrata Roy, Nirav Modi, and Ramalinga Raju was set to release this week.
The release, however, has been put on hold after the order from Araria District Court in Eastern Bihar.
In the petition filed by Sahara Group (chaired by Subrata Roy), they argued that the release of the docu-series will tarnish both the brand value, as well as damage Roy’s reputation.
The man in question, Subrata Roy is currently out on bail and has been ordered to pay back all his fraud money back to the investors.
It is reported that Netflix’s plea against the court order was declined and redirected to higher court instead.
Netflix has not made any comment so far but the trailer for Bad Boy Billionaires: India on their YouTube channel has also been removed.
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