'Love Aaj Kal' director Imtiaz Ali is no longer making the much-awaited Madhubala biopic?

'Love Aaj Kal' director Imtiaz Ali is no longer making the much-awaited Madhubala biopic?

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, February 14

Director Imtiaz Ali’s much-awaited film ‘Love Aaj Kal’ starring Kartik Aaryan and Sara Ali Khan is set to hit the theaters on Valentine’s Day.

While fans are excited for this film they are more curious about his next project—Madhubala biopic.

However, it looks like there won’t be one.

According to a news portal, Imtiaz Ali’s next was supposed to a biopic on late legendary actress Madhubala.

It was reported that the filmmaker was supposed to make an official announcement on the same day. It was the same occasion of her

The filmmaker was to make an official announcement on the same today on the occasion of her birth anniversary today on February 14.

Despite all the efforts of the director and Madhubala’s sister Madhur Brij Bhushan, not everyone were on board for the film.

Therefore, Imtiaz has reportedly terminated the contract to make the film.

The report further states that Madhur insisted that all the siblings give a NOC (Non-Objection Certificate) to Imtiaz.  

They were informed that all the stories won’t be a part of the film.

According to the report, the biggest objection came from Madhubala’s sister Kaneez Balsara.

Balsara’s kids did not let Bhushan meet her. She insisted her and her kids to read the agreement, but they, in return, sent notices to her and the makers of the project.

As a result, the director decided to terminate his contract citing misunderstanding.

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