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Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law

19 Jul 2023 IP, IT and Data Protection

In the famous case of Titan Industries Ltd. vs. M/s. Rajkumar Jewellers, the Delhi High Court has stated that ".....a celebrity is defined as a famous or a well-known person   a person who 'many' people talk about

or know about." The Delhi High Court has further highlighted the elements comprising the liability for infringement of the right of publicity i.e., validity (the Celebrity owns an enforceable right in the identity or persona of a human being) and identifiability along with methods to identify i.e. the Celebrity should be identifiable.