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Rekha and I saw things differently: Abhishek

Wednesday, January 06, 2016

Filmmaker Abhishek Kapoor said the only reason why veteran actress Rekha opted out of his upcoming project "Fitoor", is the difference in the way two of them perceived things. There were reports that Rekha left the film because of similarities between her and the character. However, the "Kai Po Che" helmer says not even a single part of the report is true and people should be cautious before creating a news out of nothing. "When we started, Rekhaji was doing the film. She is a wonderful, gracious and loving lady. During the course of the film, we saw things little differently. We felt it's best that we not do the film together, we can work on something else in future. But when reports like this come out, it is not fair to her," Abhishek said. "She is a reserved and private person. She is not going to stand up, say things to safeguard her own interest, we should be cautious. It is downright cruel to say anything about her," he added.

After Rekha left, Tabu was roped in to play the role of Begum and Abhishek was all praise for the versatile actress, while talking at the trailer launch of the film. "We are glad Tabu graciously came on board. This character would have taken months to prepare as it is so layered, we are thankful to Tabu for coming on board in three days and rescuing us," he said.

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