Bollywood actress Vidya Balan
has fallen in some serious trouble after she walked out of her film 'Aami'.
As per reports, the makers have decided to take legal action against her for walking out of the film at the last minute.
The director of the film, Kamal has been quoted by a popular daily, "Well, the producers feel humiliated. They feel they've been shown in a poor light in the movie business. My producers are businessmen, and at the end of the day they look at films as business ventures. They've lost substantial money because of Vidya's abrupt departure. We now have to build the market's confidence in our project from scratch."
He further added that he has been persuading the producers from taking the legal action. "What purpose will it serve? What is done is done. We've now found a fabulous replacement for Vidya. It's time to move on." (sic)
But the producers are firm on their decision as they feel it is a matter of their reputation.
On the other hand, the director has already forgiven Vidya's eleventh-hour departure from the project. "We've signed Manju Warrior to play Kamala Das. She is Malayali like her, and very focused on getting it right. She made a big name for herself. She took a longish break. Now she's back and we're very happy she has agreed to do our film. We begin shooting in March. Hopefully, there will be no more setbacks," concluded Kamal. (sic)