The actress is apparently not pleased with her debut Bengali film, asks the makers to re-shoot some sequences
Sushmita Sen, who was last seen in the forgettable 'No Problem' in 2010, is making her comeback with a Bengali film titled 'Nirbaak' directed by Srijit Mukherjee.
Apparently, the actress is not happy with the final edit of the film and has asked for some sequences to be re-shot. A source says, "This is Sushmita’s first Bengali film and she wanted some portions to be re-shot. However, since the re-shoot isn’t possible at this stage, the director is planning some patchwork."
"The entire film has been shot in Kolkata and was slated to release in mid 2015. But now, the film’s release has been pushed ahead by two-four months," adds the source.
Director Srijit Mukherjee says, "This is an absolute baseless romour. There were certain dubbing issues which have been sorted now. In fact, I heard from her agent that she is delighted with the way the film has shaped up."
The former Miss Universe, during an interview to a newspaper last year, admitted that she was very excited to do a Bengali film and it felt like homecoming to her. 'Nirbaak', produced by Venkatesh Films, has Jisshu Sengupta and Ritwick Chakraborty in lead roles.
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