The co-maker of Priyanka Chopra-starrer 'Jai Gangaajal' has documented a police grumbling against its chief Prakash Jha's generation organization, claiming misrepresentation and swindling. Jha co-created 'Jai Gangaajal' under the pennant of Prakash Jha Productions. "In a break of the MoU recorded between us for 'Jai Gangaajal', we are yet to get the expert duplicate of the film which is making misfortunes our creation house as we are not ready to execute any business arrangements or offer satellite rights to any TV station without the first duplicate," Play Entertainment CEO Milind Dabke said in an announcement issued today.
Play Entertainment has said on account of its another joint effort with Jha, the Arshad Warsi-starrer 'Misrepresentation Saiyaan', however the assention was to allow all copyrights to the organization, the copyright of sound recording of the film was sold to another music firm. "Accordingly, it unmistakably recommends that at the season of executing the MoU, the way that music rights were sold to another organization was purposefully stifled," Dabke said.
A top authority of Jha's organization has, notwithstanding, named the affirmations as unmerited and said that the case has been documented with an expectation to increase modest exposure. "They are attempting to make a case which is not justifiable by any stretch of the imagination. This is being accomplished for modest attention by utilizing a major flag like our own. In the event that they keep on unnecessarily hassle us, we will have no other choice however to document a provocation body of evidence against them," Prakash Jha Productions CEO Sunil Agrawal told correspondents.
Agrawal said that for 'Jai Gangaajal', he has officially composed more than 10 letters to gather the expert duplicate of the film, which was at first not given as due installments were not made. "We later acknowledged we won't get cash so chose to just give it (expert duplicate) to them so that the film does not endure," he said. "To the extent 'Extortion Saiyaan' is concerned, we were at that point bound by an arrangement to offer music privileges of three movies to the music organization of which 'Misrepresentation Saiyaan' was one of them. Later, we asked for the music organization to surrender their directly over the music of this specific film which they did. In this way, all music rights stay with Play Entertainment," Agrawal said. In the mean time, Bharat Gaikwad, senior police auditor of Amboli police headquarters, said they have gotten an objection in the matter and examination is in progress.a