The movie bears a striking resemblance to the hit South Korean movie Oldboy, both in terms of plot and individual scenes. A public relations person from Show East said:
"We're looking at the similarities between the two films, but since we don't have a final product we can judge, we'll just have to investigate a little more into what kind of relation the films will have. Since we never experienced something like this, we couldn't really set up a concrete plan. But if we find out there's indeed a strong similarity between the two, it looks like we'll have to talk with our lawyers." 
In November 2005, the makers of Oldboy said that they may consider legal action. Oldboy producer ShowEast told the press that the only remake rights contract they ever signed was with Universal in the United States. Viewers, and possibly the courts, will have to decide if these differences are enough to render the film an homage rather than a copy.
Pretty pathetic. With the amount of Bollywood movies that are made every year, I'd figure they would actually have the funds to buy the rights to the remake.