“Buddha” fame Himanshu Soni, who was recently roped in for his Bollywood debut “Yeh Hai India”, will no longer be the part of this project due to unprofessional and unethical behaviour, it was announced.
The film’s producer and director Lom Harsh told IANS: “Himanshu is very unprofessional in his behaviour. Even for the Muhurat shot he did not reach the location on time.”
“His behaviour on set was also very disturbing and dominating. He had no respect for his co-stars and senior actors. But when we spoke to him on these issues, he threatened us of quitting the project.”
Himanshu got associated with this film just because of its script and content. The makers have also decided to take legal action against the actor.
Lom Harsh said: “The show must go on, we are ready with Himanshu’s replacement and shall be unveiled very soon and shooting shall resume in another 24 hours.”
The film – “Yeh Hai India” – is about re-discovering the rich heritage of India, why British ruled over India and which Indian principles they’re still following.
The film is jointly directed by G.K Yogesh and Lom Harsh and jointly produced by Lom and Sandeep Choudhary under the banner of DLB Film Pvt Ltd.
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