Did R Madhavan lose Fanney Khan to Rajkummar Rao because he demanded Rs 1.5 crore?

R Madhavan apparently missed out on playing the affection enthusiasm of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Fanney Khan in light of the fact that the charge he cited was too high for the financial plan of the film.

IndiaToday.in | Written by Samrudhi Ghosh

New Delhi, September 12, 2017 | UPDATED 11:52 IST

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R Madhavan (L) and Rajkummar RaoR Madhavan (L) and Rajkummar Rao

Before Rajkummar Rao went ahead board Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s Fanney Khan, R Madhavan was one of the best contenders to sentiment Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in the film. As indicated by a report in DNA, Madhavan couldn’t secure the arrangement in view of his compensation.

Obviously, Madhavan had cited an expense of Rs 1.5 crore for the film, which the producers did not have any desire to spend for a 15-day shoot. Rajkummar consented to go ahead board at a lower value, which tilted the scales to support him.

A source told the production, “The genuine story is that Madhavan requested a gigantic compensation. He needed Rs 1.5 crore for a 15-day shoot. Furthermore, the creators felt that it was not advocated. The arrangement is to make the film inside a specific spending plan and the cost cited by Maddy didn’t line up with that. It was commonly chosen he couldn’t be a piece of the film and Rajkummar Rao was acquired instantly.”

Evidently, Madhavan was by all account not the only one in the running. From Akshay Oberoi to Kartik Aaryan, many names were being considered, yet nothing worked out. At a certain point, Rakeysh chose to expedite a crisp face board, yet Aishwarya was purportedly not alright with the thought.

Fanney Khan is the Hindi adjustment of the 2000 Dutch discharge, Everybody’s Famous! The film likewise stars Anil Kapoor in a main part.