Morphed photo put Ram Gopal Varma in trouble

Morphed photo put Ram Gopal Varma in trouble
Morphed photo put Ram Gopal Varma in trouble

Once again Ram Gopal Varma is in the news headlines and this time he is in legal trouble. According to the latest update, Hyderabad cyber crime police booked a case against filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma aka RGV for apparently editing former President Pranab Mukherjee out of a picture and morphing himself in to show that he was receiving the censor certificate from evangelist KA Paul for his political controversial film Amma Rajyam Lo Kadapa Biddalu.

Ram Gopal Varma who is popular for sharing the controversial tweets, shared a photo featuring him receiving the censor certificate from KA Paul. Following this, the cybercrime police received a complaint against Ram Gopal Varma for the morphed photo.

Coming on the Morphed photo, KA Paul is seen handing over the censor certificate of ‘Amma Rajyam Lo Kadapa Biddalu’ to the former president Pranab Mukherjee. Ram Gopal Varma knows well how to stay in news headlines and how to promote the movie.

Ram Gopal Varma did not only morph the photo but also circulate it on his social media as a part of promoting his directorial venture Amma Rajyam Lo Kadapa Biddalu.

This is not the first time, Ram Gopal Varma is booked for a morphed photo. Earlier in the month of April this year, when RGV shared a morphed photo in which the TDP chief Chandrababu Naidu was seen alongside YSR Congress party president YS Jagan Mohan Reddy sporting a YSRCP scarf suggesting that he has joined YSRCP, TDP activist had filed complaint against filmmaker Ramgopal Varma for the morphed pic on social media.

This time, Jyoti Begal, the personal secretary to KA Paul filed a complaint against Ram Gopal Varma and stated that RGV has apparently morphed the photo of Mr. Pranab Mukherjee to show that he received the censor certificate of ‘Amma Rajyam Lo Kadapa Biddalu’ from the evangelist KA Paul. According to the Hyderabad cyber crime department, they have booked a case under IPC Section 469, 509, and relevant sections of the IT Act.