Reports suggest that four years ago, the PPC had given advance payment of Rs 51 lakhs to director Aneez Bazmee to direct the film Jeb Hamari Maal Tumhara, which never hit the floors. But now, Aneez Bazmee is not ready to refund the signing amount when PPC asked him to return it. So the production house has now appointed an arbitrator and served a legal notice to Aneez Bazmee.
However, Anees Bazmee admits that he had received the money from the PPC four years ago. But what he claims is that he has fulfilled the conditions mentioned in his contract. The director says that he had written the script and was ready to direct the film, but the producers could not get the actors and that is why the film got stalled.
Director Anees Bazmee has received a legal notice from the Percept Picture Company (PPC), which has threatened to file a lawsuit against him for not refunding Rs 51 lakh. According to reports, the production house had paid to the Bollywood filmmaker for a film called Jeb Hamari Maal Tumhara, which was dropped in the middle.