The co-producer of ‘Jai Gangaajal‘ has filed a police complaint against its director Prakash Jha‘s production company, alleging fraud and cheating. Milind Dabke, CEO of Play Entertainment, alleged that Prakash Jha has withheld the film’s master copy, without which they couldn’t go ahead with commercial deals. According to Mid-day report.
Play Entertainment CEO Milind Dabke said in a statement, “In a breach of the MoU filed between us for ‘Jai Gangaajal’, we are yet to receive the master copy of the film which is causing losses to our production house as we are not able to execute any commercial deals or sell satellite rights to any TV channel in the absence of the original copy.”
Milind Dabke added that in the case of another collaboration with Prakash Jha, the Arshad Warsi-starrer Fraud Saiyaan, though there was an agreement to grant all copyrights to the company, the copyright of sound recording of the film was sold to another music company.
Responding to these allegations was the CEO of Prakash Jha Productions, Sunil Agrawal who claimed that these complaint were baseless and added that the case has been filed with an intention to gain cheap publicity. He further also added that if these continue they will have to file a case of harassment against Milind Dabke.
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