Yash, who was accused of cheating a few people in Mysore over chit fund business last year, is in the news for similar reasons. Well, the actor has landed in the fresh controversy with a producer filing a complaint against him at Producers' Council saying that Yash took an advance of Rs 10 lakhs a few years ago to act in his film but has not given dates yet.
Producer Thimmappa Raju was the co-producer of Yash starrer Rocky, which was made in 2008. He had paid an advance of Rs 10 lakhs to act in his movie but the actor, after taking the amount, has not given him the dates. Hence, he has approached the producers guild to get justice. However, Yash has something else to say.
Yash admits that he took the money in advance and the project was supposed to take off in 2008 under the direction of Anil, the director of forthcoming movie Dilwala. He waited for the movie to start but it never hit the floors. According to the Drama star, his dates were wasted by them and he was jobless for six months. So, he don't see any necessity to pay back the amount now.
The Kannada actor also adds that once the advance amount is paid, nobody ever returns, as it is the rule of the industry. He ends on the note that the actor would act in his film if he pays him the current market price.