Zareen Khan to be dragged to court for alleging Aksar 2 is 'vulgar'
What started off as a case of disconcerted equation between Aksar 2 makers and lead actor Zareen Khan seems to be snowballing into a legal tussle
What started off as a case of disconcerted equation between Aksar 2 makers and lead actor Zareen Khan seems to be snowballing into a legal tussle. The actor recently slammed the makers stating that she had been initially assured Aksar 2 would be a "clean film", but was then asked to "wear minimal clothes in every frame." Seeing red, producer Narendra Bajaj is considering dragging her to court over the defamatory remarks. He says, "I will legally pursue the matter after consultation with my counsel."
Bajaj is appalled over Khan's allegations about the film having "vulgar" content despite her reservations over it. "Zareen was kept in the loop and a bound script was given to her right at the start. Nothing has changed since then. Regarding her claims of vulgarity, we don't come from that school of thought. The clothes too were okayed by her."
Director Ananth Mahadevan adds, "Zareen was quite thrilled with the results. We haven't tarnished the film by adding anything untoward to the scenes."
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