The new print of Simran credits Kangana Ranaut as a ‘additional story and discourse writer’ and it has not left down good with Apurva Asrani, a author of a film. Asrani’s facilities as a “story, screenplay and discourse writer” in a print though his credit appears after Kangana. While a author does not mind Kangana being named as a ‘additional discourse writer’, he is not happy that she is also pity a credits as co-writer. The film is destined by Hansal Mehta who has formerly worked with Apurva in critically acclaimed films like Shahid, City Lights and Aligarh.
Poster of Simran:
On his Facebook account, Apurva, who was reportedly sacked as a editor of a film, common a poster, observant he has worked as a “Story, Screenplay and Dialogue writer” in a film.
Director Goldie Behl tweeted to Apurva, writing, “Nice feel @Apurvasrani have listened of additional dialogues though can’t know ‘additional story’ a story is a story how can we have additional.”
To which, Apurva replied, “Thanks @GOLDIEBEHL. we consider @mehtahansal is a best chairman to answer that question.”
He then, in a array of tweets, disclosed that, “All we could do was quarrel for my credit to sojourn in a film; and we did that! If that had been tampered with we would go to a organisation (Film Writers’ Association).” In another tweet, he said, “And yes, we am guilty of signing a agreement that usually protects a producer, since in this box we believed a writer to be my friend.” Simran will strike a theatres on Sep 15
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