Shruti Haasan has no right to intervene Says this producer

Shruti Haasan hit the headlines once again when she disassociated herself from the Tamil version of her Bollywood movie D-Day where she played the role of a karachi Prostitute. The actress even sent out a press release stating she was going to take legal action against the producer of the film for releasing the film in Tamil without her consent. Even the director and co-producer of the movie Nikhil Advani supported Shruti's claim but the other producer Vivek Rangachari of DAR Motion pictures has confirmed that the tamil Version Dawood will indeed release as scheduled on February 7th. He also added that Nikhil was well aware of the release plans in Tamil and also gave consent for the same but he has now opposed the same to please Shruti Haasan.

DAR Motion Pictures also added that D-Day was their property and they had the exclusive rights of releasing it in as many languages as they wished. "Shruti only starred in the film and didn’t enter into any agreement with us as such, she doesn't have any locus standi on the issue. We have instructed the distributors of the Tamil film not to use some ‘specific still photographs’ in publicity campaign and on the film’s posters in Tamil. Shruti doesn't have any right to instruct us; if she keeps doing so, we shall take legal action against her,” the company said.


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