Mumbai: Addressing the delay in the release of Richa Chadha-starrer “Cabaret” — which has already suffered two postponements in its release date, filmmaker Pooja Bhatt has said some copyright issues are being fixed before the movie gets “a dignified release”.
“Much speculation about the release of ‘Cabaret’ the film and rightly so. Truth is my copyright has been violated on the film and we are fixing that,” Pooja posted on Twitter.
“All my films get a dignified release. Will not permit ‘Cabaret’ the film to debut unless all players put their supposed clout and might behind it,” she added.
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“Cabaret” unfolds the story of a girl, played by Richa, who begins her journey from a small village in Jharkhand and wants to make it big in the world of dance. Along with dance, the movie will also have a dash of love and romance.
Directed by Kaustav Narayan Niyogi and co-produced by Pooja Bhatt and Bhushan Kumar under the banner of Fisheye Network Private Limited, the film was initially set to release on May 27 and later on the date was changed to June 10.
Richa, who is known for movies like “Fukrey”, “Masaan”, “Gangs of Wasseypur” and “Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela”, recently said she has no idea about the release date of the film and that one should check with the producers in this regard.