Ashutosh Kaushik, the man who grew to become well-liked after profitable the truth present MTV Roadies in 2007 and later gained the second season of Big Boss in 2008, has moved the Delhi High Court to avail the ‘Right to be forgotten’ to safeguard his life, liberty, dignity, and popularity from additional jeopardising.
Kaushik has sought instructions to the Center and Google to take away a few of his movies, pictures and articles from numerous on-line platforms as they’re having an antagonistic impact on his current life.
Hearing the petition, a bench of Justice Rekha Palli has issued notices to the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Google LLC, Press Council of India and Electronic Media Monitoring Center on this petition. All of them have to reply to the petition inside 4 weeks/ The court docket has listed the matter for additional listening to in December.
The pictures, movies and articles pertain to his arrest in 2009 for the offence of drunken driving. He was additionally concerned in a scuffle at a restaurant in Mumbai in 2013.
The petition seeks to subject applicable instructions to involved authorities for eradicating all the posts, movies, articles written beneath the identify of petitioner, which is irrelevant within the current instances and inflicting grave harm to the petitioner’s dignity and popularity.
“However, despite attaining outstanding success in the silver screen industry, under deep agony the Petitioner had to suffer utmost psychological pain for his diminutive acts, which were erroneously committed a decade ago as the recorded videos, photos, articles of the same are available on various search engines/ online platforms,” the plea learn.
Ashutosh Kaushik gained season 5 of MTV Roadies and Season 2 of Bigg Boss. Besides, he has additionally acted in Bollywood movies like Kismat Love Paisa Delhi, Shortcut Romeo, Zilla Ghaziabad.