Mandana Karimi lately wrapped up her movie Koka Kola which additionally stars Sunny Leone. In her newest interview, she revealed that producer of the movie misbehaved along with her on the final of the shoot. However, quite the opposite, producer Mahendra Dhariwal has a unique story to inform.
Mahendra mentioned that Mandana was displaying unprofessional behaviour on the units of the movie. Mandana labelled him as an ‘old-school man’ turning the units of the film right into a ‘man-dominated’ & ‘egoistic’ place.
In her interview with Instances Of India, Mandana Karimi mentioned, “I’m nonetheless in shock about what occurred and the way it occurred. Koka Kola is a movie that we now have been engaged on for over a 12 months now, and it’s been a kind of jobs that you just do regardless of realizing that the group will not be being very skilled.”
She additionally added, “All of us find yourself doing a couple of such jobs to simply hold ourselves afloat. From the start, I had issues with this crew. The producer (Mahendra Dhariwal) is an old-school man who turns the set right into a man-dominated, egoistic place. There are locations the place tasks are pushed by one particular person’s ego. That’s not new, however what occurred on November 13 has shaken me up.”
On the final day when Mandana Karimi needed to depart early, she got here in earlier than time to complete the required hours and the producer was okay with it at first. On what occurred subsequent, Mandana mentioned, “The second I left the set and went to my vainness van to alter, he forcefully got here inside and began shouting ‘You may’t depart. I requested you to do an additional hour, and it’s important to hear as a result of I’m the producer and I’ve paid you’.”
On this, Mahendra Dhariwal replied, “We have been capturing for Koka Kola with Sunny Leone and Mandana Karimi earlier than the pandemic hit us. The shoot was halted as a result of lockdown. We had signed Mandana for Rs 7 lakhs, however as soon as the capturing started and obtained into continuity, she began performing up. Like once we have been capturing in Delhi, and he or she needed to keep again for a day, she demanded Rs 2 lakh to be paid to her. Publish-lockdown, once we began planning our shoot once more, and we reached out to her for dates, she mentioned she is busy. She demanded a sum of Rs 2 lakh a day for these new dates. She needed the cash to be paid upfront, which I did.”