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Ram Gopal Varma’s ‘Sarkar 3’ shoot stalled because of his disrespectful tweet on Sunny Leone?

Ram Gopal Varma recently was in the news and as usual, for all the wrong reasons. The director took to his Twitter handle to post a sexist tweet on Women’s Day, targeting Sunny Leone. This is when all hell broke loose and the members of the Film Studio Setting and Allied Mazdoor Union decided to teach him a lesson.

Disrespecting Sunny, RGV’s tweet read, “I wish all the women in the world give men as much happiness as Sunny Leone gives.” (Also Read: Jackie Shroff REACTS to Ram Gopal Varma’s comment on son Tiger Shroff’s machismo)

The tweet did not go down well with the members of the FSSAMU and the union general secretary, Gangeshwar Shrivastav, claimed, “Along with other members, I headed to the set of RGV’s (Amitabh Bachchan-starrer) film to disrupt shoot and demand apology for the tweet. Most members of the film’s crew are a part of our union. We told them not to work with a person who doesn’t respect women. He not only insulted Sunny Leone, but every woman of the country.”

RGV on the other hand has denied anything of this sort happening on his film’s sets. He said, “Not true. Shooting got over a month ago.”

Shrivastav has however said that the major part of the film has been shot, but there were still a few crowd shots left, that were being canned at Gol Maidan, Versova that day. “Every crew member, including his production assistants, sided with us and we peacefully left the place,” he adds.

We wonder what the truth is?

   

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