"I don't know why the issue has become so big. I think I attract controversy and this news was blown out of proportion. I have never left any film for money and I can never do that," Amit told IANS.
"I met Amole sir and we had a chat about the film, but we could not take any decision in time and the film has gone to someone who is equally deserving. I hope I get to work with Amole sir in future," added the "Kai Po Che!" actor.
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