As Jeeva is gearing up for his biggest movie - Mugamoodi, there comes trouble in his way. Well, the nightmares of his earlier flop movies seem to have emerged, which could create unnecessary controversy. The buzz is that a section of exhibitors have decided to boycott his movies, as his father has not paid the dues for some theatre owners in Tamil Nadu.
Reports say that Jeeva's father and producer RB Choudary's recent movies like Ragalai, the dubbed version of Ram Charan Teja's Racha, and Rowthiram starring his son and Shriya Saran did not live up to the expectations. As a result, the producer had promised some exhibitors of paying about Rs 65 lakhs but have not kept his word till date.
Now, they have decided to boycott his son Jeeva's movies, thereby expressing their anguish on the producer. The actor's next release is Mugamoodi followed by Gautham Menon's Neethaane En Ponvasantham. However, RB Choudary has rubbished the reports and said that he has not promised anybody of paying Rs 65 lakhs.