Akshay Kumar has served a defamation notice to a YouTuber from Bihar, seeking Rs 500 crore in damages for making "false and baseless allegations" against him in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. Akshay Kumar, in the legal notice said Rashid Siddiqui, in his YouTube channel FF News, has uploaded several defamatory and derogatory videos against him. These videos are false, baseless, defamatory and have been intentionally published to mislead the public and is just a cheap publicity stunt, the law firm said in the notice. The superstar has asked Rashid Siddiqui to publish an unconditional apology, take down all the videos where references have been made regarding him and desist from uploading such clips in the future. The notice said if Rashid Siddiqui fails to respond to the notice within a period of three days, the actor would initiate legal proceedings against him. The Mumbai police has separately filed a case against Rashid Siddiqui on charges of defamation, public mischief and intentional insult for his posts against the city police, Maharashtra government and minister Aaditya Thackeray. Rashid Siddiqui was on November 3 granted anticipatory bail in the case by a Mumbai court, which directed him to cooperate in the probe. Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his suburban Bandra apartment on June 14. Rhea Chakraborty, the late actor's girlfriend, was arrested by the NCB in a drug case related to Sushant Rajput's death. She is now out on bail.