Vicky Kaushal – Bad news has come out for the fans of Sara Ali Khan’s most awaited film ‘The Immortal of Ashwatthama’. According to the news, the makers have made a decision not to make this film after spending 30 crores. Due to the rift between the makers and the huge budget, producer Ronnie Screwvala has sealed it forever.
Ronnie Screwvala and director Aditya Dhar are not able to talk
According to Bollywood Hungama, creative differences between producer Ronnie Screwvala and director Aditya Dhar have dropped their intention to work on the film. Simply put, it is canned forever. It has been told in the report that preparations for making the film were going on for two years. Director Aditya Dhar had also searched the locations to shoot the film. Not only this, he was also doing pre-production work for the film. But now the film has been shelved.
Ronnie Screwvala suffered a loss of 30 crores
The report states that Ronnie Screwvala has suffered a loss of around Rs 30 crore. A source close to the film told that Ronnie had spent a lot of money on the preparation of this film, but when he added the entire budget, he felt that it would prove to be a very expensive film. At the same time, the director is now afraid that due to the lockdown caused by Corona, the theaters are still working negligibly, due to which the business has reached completely zero. In such a situation, Screwvala did not think it right to take the risk.
This report came earlier
Let us tell you that recently there was news that in this film, actor Sunil Shetty was approached for the film, while VFX technique will be used in many scenes of this film. It was said that Vicky would increase his weight up to 120 kg for the film. In this film, Vicky will be seen playing the role of Ashwatthama, the great warrior of Mahabharata. Sara is going to be seen doing action for the first time, whose training she has been taking for a long time.
The shooting schedule of the film was fixed in Europe. Europe’s Avala film was scheduled to be shot in India, Iceland and UAE. However, now the makers have refused to do it. No official statement has been issued by the makers yet on the closure of the film.