New Delhi: Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) is considering legal action against Aamir Khan's latest film, Delhi Belly, for allegedly depicting one of the company's cars in a derogatory manner.
"Our legal team is looking into the matter and watching the film clips. Accordingly, we will decide our future course of action," an HMIL spokesperson said.
It is understood that the company is unhappy with the way a car "seemingly looking like a Santro" has been depicted in the movie, although there is no proper branding of the car shown. Moreover, some of the dialogues over the car were allegedly in bad taste.
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