As the release of Kangana Ranaut's Tejas approaches, the film's producers find themselves potentially entangled in legal issues. Mayank Madhur, who asserts that he was part of the film, has recently announced his intention to pursue legal action against the Tejas producers. Mayank identifies himself as a political advisor affiliated with the BJP. Tejas, directed by Sarvesh Mewara, features Kangana in the role of a fighter pilot.
Tejas, a film that narrates the extraordinary story of Air Force pilot Tejas Gill, is slated for release in October, potentially coinciding with Tiger Shroff's Ganapath.
In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, Mayank revealed that he had assisted Kangana in obtaining shooting permissions for various locations, including air force bases, as well as in Delhi, Moradabad, and Lucknow. He claimed that despite Kangana's efforts over a span of two years, she was unable to secure these permissions until he intervened.
Mayank added that director Sarvesh Mewara had initially promised him a 15-minute role in Tejas. However, he expressed his disappointment as the length of his role progressively diminished. Eventually, he was asked to appear on set for only a 1 or 2-minute appearance, to which Mayank firmly stated his lack of interest.
Mayank further alleged that Kangana had assured him of being credited as an associate producer in Tiku Weds Sheru, but he was only mentioned under the category of special thanks. He also claimed that Sarvesh had deceived him, and while Kangana had promised him his fees prior to the film's release, she is now deflecting the responsibility onto the film's makers.
He also added, I have made the decision to pursue legal action. While I cannot disclose specific details regarding when and which court I will approach, or how I plan to halt the film's release, I am determined to ensure the film's makers face consequences, including potential arrest. I have sought guidance from a former Chief Justice of India to comprehend the appropriate course of action. Additionally, I have engaged with the Chief Ministers, PMO, Home Ministry, and other relevant authorities to expedite the issuance of arrest warrants from multiple states. All steps will be taken within the confines of the law,"
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