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Vasu Bhagnani owes Rs 65 lakh to crew members: FWICE President said- If payment is not made, our people will walk out of the set

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Producer Vasu Bhagnani denied the rumours of selling the office and being in debt and said that those who feel that the production company owes them money should come and meet him instead of talking on social media.

Meanwhile, Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) president B N Tiwari revealed that crew members who worked on three of Vasu's films were owed over Rs 65 lakh.

While talking to Dainik Bhaskar, (FWICE) President BN Tiwari said- Crew members working in Vashu Bhagnani's three films 'Mission Raniganj', 'Ganpat' and 'Bade Miyan Chote Miyan' are owed more than 65 lakh rupees. In which 'Mission Raniganj' director Tinu Desai owes Rs 33 lakh out of Rs 4 crore. We are constantly contacting Pooja Entertainment, but the production house has not paid yet. We tried to talk to Vashu Bhagnani several times, but there was no response from him.

We are thinking about your dignity and you are violating our dignity. When this news spread in the media, their statement came that no one contacted them. Whereas our association is continuously trying to talk to them. If they do not pay our members, we also know how to say 'no'. We will not work with them. We will not stop their work, but all our members who are on the set will come back.

Recently, news came that producer Vasu Bhagnani sold his office to pay off a debt of Rs 250 crore. However, Vasu denied these reports and said that the building is being renovated. Vasu Bhagnani had said – Akshay was the first person who called me and said not to worry. If you need any kind of help, let me know. I also got calls from Sunny Deol, Sunil Shetty and old friend David Dhawan. I am very impressed with all of them, they always stand by me.

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