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Romeo and Juliet controversy | Actors of Romeo and Juliet have filed a lawsuit accusing Paramount Pictures of forcing them to shoot for adult scenes dgtl

Romeo and Juliet controversy | Actors of Romeo and Juliet have filed a lawsuit accusing Paramount Pictures of forcing them to shoot for adult scenes dgtl

“Romeo and Juliet” was released in 1968. The film starred Olivia Hussey and Leonardo Whiting. The two main characters of the film have filed a complaint against the production company ‘Paramount Pictures’. They alleged that they were forced to star in nude scenes in the film. None of them were 18 when they committed this act.

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This star couple got closer to the law. They alleged that director Franco Zeffirelli forced them to act in intimate scenes. He then assured that the scene would be cut. This did not happen however.

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54 years after the film’s release, the duo sued Paramount for sexual exploitation, sexual harassment and fraud. They claim compensation for the bitter experience they had when they were only 15-16 years old. They therefore demanded 500 million pounds (49,04,54,76,125 Tk in Indian currency) in compensation.

The alleged director Franco Zeffirelli died in 2019. The success of this film made in 1968 is dazzling. This film also won several awards. Made on a budget of around $1 million, the film earned around $39 million.

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