Bala's statement on removal from Varmaa!

Gautham Menon to direct Varmaa

Gautham Menon to direct Varmaa

The statement follows producers E4 Entertainment announcement on Thursday that they will not release Varmaa helmed by Bala. Bala had expressed that he doesn't wish to speak further on this issue considering Dhruv's future. The film, whose Tamil version was titled Varmaa, was meant to be the launchpad for Dhruv, son of Tamil actor Vikram. The producer is also said to be upset with the performance of all the actors except Dhruv.

In a statement, Bala said, "I am forced to release this explanation, due to the false statement from the producer of Varmaa". Mukesh had a heated argument with Bala as the director's version had many new scenes compared to the original, and certain scenes which had worked well in Telugu were missing. Director Bala also shared a document, an agreement between the producer and him that he is in no way concerned with "Varmaa" and he was the one who relieved himself from the project without even asking for the pending dues to be paid.

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"Henceforth, E4 Entertainment has the entire rights in perpetuity for the above said film and is free to make changes, additions with the help of technicians and crew of their choice in completing the film", states the agreement.

The makers of the film stated that apart from Dhruv, rest of the entire cast and crew will be changed and the new version will be released by June 2019. As requested by E4 entertainment, B studios have handed over footage, stills, soundtracks, IT tracks, unmixed and mixed songs and tracks. The production has earlier released a statement announcing the news. However, it now appears that the production house and the filmmaker had severe creative differences over the film. According to the agreement, Bala was given full freedom while making Varmaa including the necessary changes needed and the director delivered the product. In the agreement, Bala made it clear that his name shouldn't be used in any promotional materials of the film.

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