Akshay Kumar addresses Ram Setu’s ’30 Crore Bounce’ issue and calls it ‘bad news’

Akshay Kumar addresses Ram Setu’s ’30 Crore Bounce’ issue (Photo credit – Instagram / Twitter)

The partnership between Lyca Productions and Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions made headlines for not so fair reasons. Reports of Lyca trying to find solid ground in the Hindi film industry have also made rounds. They are part of Akshay Kumar’s next film Ram setu, but some rumors on the Internet allude to the end of the same.

Reports indicate that Lyca did not make payment to the makers of Khiladi Kumar. Ram setu. Interestingly, the same report also reveals how Akshay and a spokesperson for the production house bluntly denied that report. Well, it shouldn’t be like that, but this is how it works!

A report in Bollywood Hungama said: “Lyca Productions was to put a certain amount of the total budget of Ram Setu, but the funding for the film was never obtained. A control of Rs. 30 crores issued to Akshay Kumar rebounded ten days back.

He also adds, “As this affects the production of the film, the directors of Ram Setu are now looking for a new production partner to replace Lyca Productions.”

But then the same report also clarifies that Akshay Kumar called this “bad information” and denied all the allegations. In fact, the article also says that sources close to Akki say that Lyca is not going anywhere and that she is still part of Ram Setu. Lyca’s Aashish Singh was also mentioned to deny saying anything like this had happened and to continue with the project.

The same posts also mention that despite all of this, Lyca Productions could see a way out of Akshay Kumar’s Ram Setu, or else they would get a small slice of the pie.

It has to be seen if a bigger production house comes on board for Ram Setu, or these are just rumors as handled by the film crew.

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