"Sometimes misunderstandings happen, but that's not what I meant. I only showed possessiveness over the film, I liked her a lot in it. I am no one to be upset with somebody who is so senior, so popular, such a big legend," the 36-year-old said here.
Asked about the remake, Sridevi had commented that the film was no "Mughal-e-Azam", a comment that reportedly left Tusshar miffed. In response to Sridevi's comment, he had said that it is not good to run down a film that gave her a standing in the industry.
But now Tusshar says all's well.
Meanwhile, Sridevi is gearing up for her big screen comeback with "English Vinglish".
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