Iranian producer suing Ananta, filmmaker is going to take legal action against Jalil's big budget movie 'Din: The Day' at least


Director Murtaza Atash Zamzam is going to take legal action against actor Jalil's big budget movie 'Din: The Day'.

The Iranian producer said this in a post on Instagram today. In the post, he made various allegations against Ananta for breach of contract. At the same time, he is going to register a complaint in Tehran and file a case in the court of Bangladesh.

In an Instagram post, the director wrote, 'Anant Jalil broke the contract and promise with us. He ruined our half produced film. The plans that were made in the contract with the film Day (Rouge), nothing happened. He wasted half the production. He continues to produce the film in his own way with his content, direction. This is a direct violation of our main agreement. But I am the main producer of this production.

About working with Bangladesh, he wrote, 'The only reason for deciding to make a film with Bangladesh was to create a strong bond between the Iranian and Bengali people. To exchange rich culture in different aspects and know each other better. Because I believe art is the only universal language that breaks boundaries.'

Murtaza Atash Zamzam also wrote, 'I wanted to resolve with him because I respect Bengali culture. But he didn't give me any solution. Anant did not leave any option open except to file a complaint against him in Tehran and file a case through an international lawyer for the Bangladesh court.

It is to be noted that the film 'Din: The Day' starring Anant Jalil-Borsha was released in the country's cinemas last Eid-ul-Azha. Along with them, artists from different countries including Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey have acted in it.

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