Meanwhile, Bachchans are upset with rumours on Bhandarkar's 18 crores loss on Heroine being shelved. Responding to all the reports Amitabh Bachchan justified on his way back from Ajmer Dargah on Monday, “Whatever has happened between Aishwarya, Madhur (Bhandarkar, co-producer) and UTV (co-producer) is between them. I know that the rumours going around are not true. I hope that the truth comes out soon."
Slamming all the rumours about the monetary loss, the Bbuddah star told that everybody knew that Aishwarya was married when she signed the film. “So you mean to say that actors can"t get married or have children? I don"t think this can be a part of any contract that you cannot get married or have children if you are working in a project," reasoned Mr Bachchan.
Amitabh is also upset with the UTV banner and talked about his film Shoe Bite with them, which has not yet been released. He expressed that he has not even asked a word on why the film has not been released yet. Though actress Aishwarya refrains to react on Bhandarkar's allegation, DNA reports that the actress has not accepted any compensation for Heroine. Bachchans, on the other hand, are not in favour of suing Madhur over his remarks.