Athiya Shetty's Motichoor Chaknachoor Controversy: 12 days over but no response from Suniel to the notice
Early this month, the maker of Motichoor Chaknachoor starring Athiya Shetty and Nawazuddin Siddiqui had issued a notice against latter’s father and actor Suniel Shetty for “interfering” in daughter’s upcoming film.
Reportedly, the Border actor had been meddling a lot in Deba Mitra Hasan’s directorial, which didn’t go down too well with the makers of the film and they then sent a public notice to the actor asking him to maintain a distance.
Now, the latest reports suggest that Suniel Shetty has yet not responded to the notice. A Mumbai Mirror report states that even after twelve days, Suniel hasn’t responded to the notice.
The report in Mirror states, “The notice was issued to him by the producer’s advocates Ramesh and Kusum Jain informing that the film’s producers Rajesh and Kiran Bhatia are “the only final authority and decision-making authority” and that Suniel had “no right, title and/or interest in the said film and has no capacity or any authority to either directly or indirectly discuss or take any decisions, negotiate, strategise or overlook the edit or in any manner interfere or be involved with the film Motichoor Chaknachoor or in any manner interfere or be involved with its casts, crew, technical team or coordinate with the studio involved with the film or its creative and marketing teams or post production or any person connected with the trade”.
Talking about the film, a source from the sets told Mumbai Mirror, “Nawaz who works in Dubai returns to his hometown on a break.
Athiya, an ambitious collegian, agrees to marry him when his family proposes marriage, so she can live out her dream of travelling abroad. The story explores how the unlikely couple eventually finds love.”