The release of Ram Gopal Varma’s next film ‘D Company’ is stuck in trouble. The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) has requested not to release it. He alleges that the filmmaker has not paid his Rs 12 crore.
According to one source, Ram Gopal Varma’s film ‘Fighter’ All the people associated with it, including the exhibitors, distributors, have to pay Rs 12 crore. It is learned that whenever they ask for payment, they are given the next date and their checks also bounce. So now all the unions have decided not to allow their films to be released.
Interestingly, the release of ‘D Company’ has already been delayed a lot. The filmmaker announced on Friday that his upcoming film ‘D Company’ is currently being postponed due to the increase in cases of corona virus.
(Photo courtesy: Twitter / Ram Gopal Varma)
Ram Gopal wrote on his Twitter account giving this information, ‘Corona’s serious situation has suddenly arisen in many parts of the country and amid continuous reports of new lockdown, we have postponed the release of’ D Company ‘ Has decided. A new date will be announced ahead.
The filmmaker shared the film’s first look in January and described it as the ‘mother of all gangster films’. Apart from Hindi, the film will be released in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada languages.