'Sometimes misunderstandings happen, but that's not what I meant. I only showed possessiveness over the film, I liked her a lot in it. I am no one to be upset with somebody who is so senior, so popular, such a big legend,' the 36-year-old said here. 'Himmatwala' also starred Sridevi in it, and is now being remade by Sajid Khan, with Ajay Devgn and southern actress Tamannah in lead roles.
Asked about the remake, Sridevi had commented that the film was no 'Mughal-e-Azam', a comment that reportedly left Tusshar miffed. In response to Sridevi's comment, he had said that it is not good to run down a film that gave her a standing in the industry. But now Tusshar says all's well. Meanwhile, Sridevi is gearing up for her big screen comeback with 'English Vinglish'.
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