Kamal Haasan's production house Raajkamal Films International refutes Gautami's allegations over unpaid dues

Gautami Tadimalla had claimed that she has unpaid dues from Kamal Haasan films like Vishawaroopam and Dasavatharam where she worked as a costume designer.

FP Staff February 28, 2018 11:42:41 IST
Kamal Haasan's production house Raajkamal Films International refutes Gautami's allegations over unpaid dues

Kamal Haasan's production house Raajkamal Films International (RKFI) denied allegations of unpaid dues by actress Gautami Tadimalla. She had previously claimed that she is yet to receive her pay for Haasan's previous projects like Dasavatharam and Vishwaroopam. She reportedly worked as a costume designer in those films.

Kamal Haasans production house Raajkamal Films International refutes Gautamis allegations over unpaid dues

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RKFI has refuted Gautami's claims stating that Haasan had no role to play in Gautami's alleged unsettled dues. It also added that the producers for the films in question — Dasavatharam and Vishwaroopam — were Aascar Ravichandran's Aascar Films and PVP Cinema respectively. However, the production house affirmed that they will pay any dues if substantial and conclusive proofs are provided, reports The Times of India.

Gautami had written in a blog earlier saying: "It grieves me greatly to have to say that as of October, 2016, I had salary dues pending right from earlier films like Dasavataram, Vishwaroopam, etc. As these pending salary dues were the only financial resource at the time for rebuilding my life, I had made repeated efforts to recover the payments from Mr Haasan and RKFI. I am deeply anguished to say that in spite of repeated entreaties and requests, there is still a significant amount from my due salary pending payment."

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