Hrithik Roshan angry with director Ashutosh Gowariker?

The Greek god of Bollywood, Hrithik Roshan would soon be seen playing the lead role in Ashutosh Gowariker’s period drama film ‘Mohenjo Daro.’ The film that came into limelight because of the over-the-top fee charged by our ‘Jodha-Akbar’ star is back in the news and once again it’s Hrithik who has bagged the title of the newsmaker.

A little birdie tells us that the equation between the handsome hunk and his director has gone for a toss. According to the recent reports, Hrithik Roshan demanded to re-shoot a few scenes from the film, but director Ashutosh didn’t oblige to his demand and rejected his plea to shoot the specified scenes again. Apparently, Hrithik Roshan has to fight with a 20-foot long crocodile in the film. Now, that’s obvious that it’s practically impossible to fight with such a huge crocodile in reality. Therefore, the makers created an artificial crocodile of plastic. Somehow, the pictures of this scene got leaked on social media and people started trolling Hrithik Roshan for fighting with a crocodile made of plastic. This didn’t settle down the ‘Bang Bang’ actor and he reportedly asked  Ashutosh to re-shoot this scene to make it look more real and magnificent. Unfortunately, Ashutosh was not willing to shoot anything again.

A source close to the project, says, “Ashu is convinced that they had filmed good footage and was not willing to change things because of comments on social media. This created some stress between the actor and the director. When Hrithik is not happy with his work, he is difficult to handle. It keeps niggling him and he gets restless. For now they have decided to stay away from the subject, lest it hamper the progress of the film.”

Well, it’s surely a task for a director to handle an adamant and a restless star. Let’s see how does Mr. Ashutosh manages to do so!

The movie ‘Mohen Jo Daro’ is set to release next year with Pooja Hegde playing the lead role along with Hrithik Roshan.

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