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The hit-and-run game has banned after Salman Khan filed a lawsuit

You must remember Salman Khan’s hit-and-run incident, the incident gains a lot of buzz in the past many years, although recently the case again came into the limelight when a game has been developed on it that only a few people are aware of. The name of the game is Selmon Bhoi, Selmon Bhoi, based on the hit-and-run case.

This game was only recently released on the App Store. Salman Khan and his legal team just filed a lawsuit over Parody Studios for this game as Salman Khan’s or his family’s consent were not even sought for this game. In this case, a lawsuit has also been filed against Google LLC and Google India Private Limited.

This game is entirely centered on the hit-and-run scenario. The game’s thumbnail also has Salman Khan’s cartoon image. This game is divided into three stages. Salmon Bhoi kills a deer and a human-like character in the first stage in a park-like area. Judge KM Jaiswal of the Civil Court of India has barred the game’s developer, Parody Studios, from releasing or relaunching the game or generating any content relating to Salman Khan.

The judge has further warned the developer not to make any statements about Salman and not to make the game available to gamers on Google Play or any other app store. The case’s next hearing is scheduled for September 20. However, even after getting a warning, the game was available on the Google Play Store till yesterday. Since the launch of the game, it has been installed over 10,000 times on the Play Store.

Riya

Riya is a technology enthusiast and an avid researcher. She writes about consumer tech, hacking, and technology consumer issues at TheDigitalHacker.
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