Chennai: Actress Shruti Haasan, who was hailed for her brief role in Nikhil Advani's 'D-Day', said she is disassociating herself from the Tamil-dubbed 'Dawood' version as it is being released without her consent.
Shruti Haasan in 'D-Day'
"This is to inform you all that I am disassociating myself from the release of 'D-Day' in Tamil called 'Dawood' as it is being done without my consent or approval and is a clear breach of contract," Shruti, who essayed the role of a prostitute in the film, said in a statement.
"In fact, we will be taking a legal action on this issue. As soon as the paperwork is done, I will release the details to the press for further clarification," she further added.
Action spy-thriller 'D-Day', which also featured Arjun Rampal, Irrfan Khan and Huma Qureshi in key roles, is a fictional story about the hunt for Dawood Ibrahim, played by Rishi Kapoor in the film.
Shruti is currently busy shooting for Hindi film 'Gabbar' with Akshay Kumar and Telugu actioner 'Race Gurram' with Allu Arjun.
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