Bollywood megastar Amitabh bachchan has landed in trouble for posting a poem on his Facebook and Twitter handles.
A man indentified as Jagbir Rathee claimed that Big B shared his poem on social media but gave the credit to someone else.
According to a report in Zee News, Rathee has now sent a legal notice to the megastar, demanding ₹1 crore. Rathee claims that the poem posted by Big B was written by him in 2006 and was shared by the actor's follower Vikas Dubey. Later, the legendary actor shared the same poem on his Facebook and Twitter giving credit to the follower.8312
Further, Rathee added that he tried contacting the senior Bachchan via Facebook and Twitter, but after repeated failed efforts he has sent a legal notice to the megastar.
A few months ago, the "Piku" star faced a similar issue when he shared a cartoon of RK Laxman, who passed away in January this year.
While Twitter and Facebook were flooded with tributes to the cartoonist, a person with username Roflindian 2.0. posted a cartoon of RK Laxman on Twitter. The post was later shared by Big B without any credits to Roflindian 2.0. However, following the controversy, the actor clarified on his Twitter handle and gave credit to the user.