Abhishek Kapoor's 'Fitoor', his goal-oriented upcoming Bollywood movie of Charles Dickens' novel 'Extraordinary Expectations', endured a blow as veteran actress Rekha, who was give a role as Miss Havisham, has left the film.
The 60-year-old Bollywood diva was evidently not happy with her role in the movie. At the same time, there is very little clarity on what incited the actress to leave the film after the vast majority of the shooting was already complete. "Haider" star Tabu has supplanted Rekha in the film that bases on Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapoor's characters.
Rekha was Not Happy with Her Role in Fitoor Movie
“Tabu has given some incredible performances in 'Maqbool', 'The Namesake' and 'Haider' to name a few. She is an actress who has always accepted challenges and I am honoured to have her in my film.” Kapoor said.
Hailing Tabu's incorporation in the film, "a casting coup of sorts", UTV too decided to keep up hush about the purpose for Rekha's stun takeoff from the undertaking, despite the fact that a great deal of introductory reputation of the movie revolved around the vicinity of the evergreen diva.
"Tabu is a performance powerhouse and after our association with her on 'The Namesake' and most recently on 'Haider', we are looking forward to working with her again on 'Fitoor'," said Amrita Pandey from UTV in a statement.Source: "punjabstarnews.com"
This is not the first occasion when that the film has been involved in discussion. Prior, Kapoor needed his 'Kai Po Che' star Sushant Singh Rajput to play the male lead however that did not emerge. The Fitoor movie will hit theaters on December 25, 2015.
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