Mickey Virus director registers complaint against DAR

While his film Mickey Virus was a surprise hit at the box office, director Saurabh Verma is apparently yet to receive the complete amount for the venture. The director, who had joined hands with DAR Motion Pictures for the film, has now registered a complaint against DAR Motion Pictures with the Indian Films and Television Directors Association (IFTDA) for non-payment of dues and also for stopping him from working on other projects.

Ashok Pandit, who is the President of IFTDA, claimed that Saurabh has been wronged by the production house and they have sent a notice to them which will appear at the dispute committee soon. Extending his support for Saurabh, the filmmaker also stood by the fact that the director should be given the right to make films with other banners if DAR is not ready to make films with him.

This is not the first time DAR Motion Pictures have been under the radar, since just a couple of months ago, director Nikhil Advani was upset about the production house selling the Telugu rights of his film D-Day which later was promoted as a sleazy film in the South.

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