According to Balwant Singh, Tigmanshu Dhuli Tigmanshu Dhuli had visited his house at Guda village in 2010 and had promised to give him Rs 40 lakhs for revealing the details about his uncle's transition from an athlete to a dacoit. He says that his film crew moved around with him for nearly four months in the Chambal researching for the film.
Paan Singh Tomar, which is releasing this Friday, deals with the real story of Paan Singh, who was a resident of Bhidausa village in Morena district. The national champion-turned-Indian-Army-office became a decoit in the Chambal valley after he killed two members of his family in a land dispute.
However, the Madhavganj police have now registered an FIR against the director and they are looking in the details of his complaint filed by Balwant. SHO Rajeev Jhanjlee says that an investigation has been launched to ascertain the facts.