Musician Amit Trivedi is said to have walked out of a Katrina Kaif and Sidharth Malhotra-starrer after argument with director
The shoot of debutante director Nitya Mehra's 'Baar Baar Dekho' (earlier titled 'Kal Jissne Dekha') has barely begun in London and rumours about all not being well are surfacing.
Before the film rolled, lead actor Sidharth Malhotra had reportedly upset co-star Katrina Kaif by stating he had watched her films when he was in school.
Katrina Kaif (above) and Sidharth Malhotra (right) feature in the film
Now, we hear that Amit Trivedi, who had been roped in to score the film's music, has opted out of the project apparently due to the director's interference. Nitya worked as an assistant director in films like 'Don' (2006) and 'Lakshya' (2004).
Says a source, "They both had severe differences over creative control. When Amit felt that the interference got too much to handle, he decided to quit the film. There was also an issue about having multiple music composers. He felt it was better to wash his hands of the project before it proceeded any further."
The source adds, "He does not want to talk about the project at this juncture."
Amit Trivedi remained unavailable for comment.
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