Within the compliant, Raaja alleged that Kamal Haasan had approached him and borrowed a mortgage of Rs 10 crore earlier than the film’s launch in 2015.
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A day after producer KE Gnanavel Raja filed a grievance with the Tamil Nadu Producer’s Council towards Kamal Haasan alleging that the actor didn’t return a mortgage of Rs 10 crore borrowed for the discharge of his movie Uttama Villain, Haasan has denied all such allegations. Haasan’s Raaj Kamal Movies Worldwide has issued an announcement denying any such information.
“Nothing may be farther from reality and all such allegations are made by folks with sure vested pursuits. It’s blatantly false and Mr. Gnanavel didn’t pay any cash to Mr. Kamal Haasan, as being alleged. The information about Gnanavel Raja having paid Mr. Kamal Haasan Rs 10 crore in the direction of the discharge of Uttama Villain is instigated now to intentionally tarnish the picture of Mr.Kamal Haasan,” stated NV Narayanan, CEO, Raaj Kamal Movies Worldwide within the assertion.
Narayanan added that the corporate is evaluating authorized choices towards those that are ‘intentionally and mischievously’ planning to defame Kamal Haasan and Raaj Kamal Movies Worldwide’s fame.
Within the compliant, Raaja said that Kamal Haasan had approached him and borrowed a mortgage of Rs 10 crore earlier than the film’s launch in 2015. In return, Haasan had reportedly promised to do a movie below Raja’s manufacturing’s home. Raja alleged that even after 4 years, Haasan has not paid the cash.
Uttama Villain, directed by Ramesh Aravind and written by Kamal Haasan, wasn’t a field workplace.