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Kriti Kharbanda left Chehre, wasn’t removed: Here’s why

Whether the actress was not told beforehand about the scene or its length or she thought it was unnecessary, an argument broke out with the filmmaker

Just a few days ago, there was news that Kriti Kharbanda had been thrown out of the Amitabh Bachchan and Emraan Hashmi starrer Chehre. Kriti had shot for only two days for this film, after which she had to leave the film. It was reported that she was thrown out of this film due to her tantrums. But now the real reason for this has been revealed.

According to a report in Spotboy, the reason for Kriti’s ‘ouster’ was an intimate scene in which she had to engage in a liplock, but not with you-know-who. It is reported that in this scene, Kriti had to get intimate with an actor and Emraan Hashmi had to peep at them from an adjacent room.

Kriti either had problems with this scene or she did not know that it would be a long scene. Further, Kriti felt that this scene was not necessary. After differences between the actress and the filmmaker cropped up over this sequence, and her point of view was rejected, she decided to leave the film.

Producer of Chehre Anand Pandit has tweeted that Kriti and the filmmakers have separated their ways by mutual consent. Now the makers of the film Chehre will shoot all the scenes anew with a replacement actress although Kriti Kharbanda has not made any comment about her exit from the film.

Anand Pandit’s firm tweeted, “In the light of recent media reports, we wish to clarify that @kriti_official & @apmpictures have mutually agreed to part ways on a cordial & professional note. We wish her success in all her future endeavours!”

Chehre is being made by director Rumi Jaffrey and it will be released on 24 April 2020.

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