Indian soap opera KARISHMA, THE MIRACLE OF DESTINY is back on the air after a Calcutta court ruled that it could be shown on a private TV channel.
The expensively produced show, which stars Bollywood 'A' lister KARISHMA KAPOOR, was pulled from schedules after British author Barbara Taylor Bradford accused it of plagiarising her novel A WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE.
Bradford had obtained a court injunction against the SAHARA ENTERTAINMENT CHANNEL's show but it was overturned after lawyers for the channel proved she had filed a similar case before a Bombay case.13/05/2003 17:09
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