Bollywood actor Anupam Kher has revealed that producer Samir Karnik is yet to give him full payment for 2012 film 'Chaar Din Ki Chandni'.
The 59-year-old actor had made a police complaint against Karnik, who was also the director of the film, a year back but is disappointed to see that no action has been taken yet.
"Producer Sameer Karnik hasn't cleared my dues even after two years. Made police complaint about bounced cheques one year back. Nothing has happened," Kher posted on Twitter.
"Goodness towards somebody who plays a victim, can be termed as your foolishness. Have been waiting for my dues for long. #SameerKarnik," the actor further tweeted.
'Chaar Din Ki Chandni', which did not do well at the box office, also starred Kulraj Randhawa, Tusshar Kapoor, Om Puri, Mukul Dev among others.
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