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Subhash Ghai reacts to Mahima Chaudhary’s “bullying” allegation

Mahima Chaudhary, who was launched by Subhash Ghai in 1997’s ‘Pardes’, has recently spoken about her experience with the filmmaker and said he bullied her. Ghai has now released a statement in reaction.

“I am amused reading this news. Mahima and I are very good friends till date and are still in touch through messages. She is a very nice and mature woman of today. She recently shared on how she gets welcomed at every event with a song from Pardes ‘I Love My India’ even after 23 years,” said the filmmaker.

He continued, “Yes, there was a small conflict in 1997 post the release of Pardes, which became a big blockbuster and for which she even got the Filmfare Award for best actor. My company did send her a show cause notice for flouting a clause in our agreement.”

“The Media and industry reacted in a big way and so I withdrew and cancelled her contract with Mukta. After three years she came to me with her family and apologised for her impulsive reaction. I forgave her and thereafter we became friends again. She is jovial good person I trust. She must be right in feeling that she was bullied when asked by some one. Actually I admire her great gesture when she did a guest appearance in a song in my last film Kanchi in 2015. I guess we do get entertained with the smallest of an old tiff which is normal in the course of life in showbiz,” he concluded.

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