The TV actor, who had filed a complaint against filmmaker Subhash Ghai for sexual harassment, has withdrawn it. The actor has said that she has to take care of her ill mother and her family, who have been quite worried ever since she opened up about the incident.
The state cultural department submitted a report from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences which stated that Ghai’s school “eminently qualifies as a higher and technical institute (HTI)”, to the state cabinet, which approved the allotment Tuesday.
Talking about Taal which featured Aishwarya Rai, Anil Kapoor and Akshay Khanna, Subhash Ghai said that he was inspired to create a female protagonist who looked like an Osho disciple, who loved a man without any sense of possession or obsession.
Subhash Ghai's project is tentatively titled Osho: Lord of the Full Moon and was announced yesterday at the Cannes Film Festival. Osho, also called Rajneesh, was recently the subject of Netflix's six-part documentary Wild Wild Country.
Rajkumar Hirani, who has collaborated with Ranbir Kapoor for the first time for Sanjay Dutt's biopic, is all praise for the actor. He said that he would love to work with him again. The film is expected to hit the theatres on June 29.
Bollywood's hitmakers like Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, Sooraj Barjatya, Subhash Ghai, Gauri Shinde and others have kept the audience waiting for too long to announce their next directorial. While many have turned producers, others are still looking for the right script.