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Shocking! Manikarnika director Krish reveals 70 percent of his fees is still pending – read exclusive details

Exclusive! Krish hasn’t been paid in full even though he submitted the full Manikarnika movie on time

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We revealed to you how director Krish was unceremoniously removed from Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. According to him, Kangana Ranaut masterminded the plan after he refused to support her in chopping and changing Sonu Sood’s scenes. The filmmaker is even hurt that the actress and her sister are claiming that he walked away, when he had actually completed the full film. In fact, even after submitting the completed film, Krish hasn’t been paid in full. Shocked? Well, it’s what the filmmaker has been claiming!

Talking about his payment still being stuck, Krish revealed to us exclusively, “I have not received the entire amount. The first and last payment I got was just 30 per cent of the full amount. 70 per cent is still pending.” But he doesn’t want to create a controversy out of it as he understands producer Kamal Jain’s condition. He added, “I do not want to go to the association right now, until Kamal Jain is better and I can have a conversation with him.” Krish also mentions how the payment doesn’t matter, he just wishes that no director ever goes through this. As he suggests, “This should not become a norm. Kangana can do this once again and get away. It should not happen again!”

Krish further adds that his last conversation with Kamal Jain was not so good. As he reveals to us exclusively, “Last time I spoke to Kamal Jain during the trailer launch, he was not so supportive (about the Manikarnika credits). I didn’t speak to him now, but I’ve heard he is getting better, thank god.” We just hope Krish gets his due! Anyway, what do you guys have to say about these shocking revelations? Share with us your thoughts in the comments section below!

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