A very talented producer of the industry Manish Shah accused Bollywood actor Kartik Aaryan of unprofessionalism. Manish revealed that Kartik even threatened to walk out of Shehzada, which is a Hindi remake of Allu Arjun-starrer Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo if the dubbed version of the film were released to be in theatres.
The producer has decided to debut the film on his TV channel as the theatrical release of the dubbed version was ultimately canceled. Manish said he caved in because of the relationships he shared with Allu Arjun and other producers and not because of Kartik.
While talking to IndiaToday, Manish revealed that the producers of the Shehzada have lost Rs. 40 crore had Kartik walked out of at this stage. Further, he added it was extremely unprofessionalism of Kartik and he has lost Rs. 20 crore because of the actor since he was expecting the Hindi-dubbed version to perform than the recent Allu-starrer Pushpa: The Rise, for which Manish Shah spent Rs. 20 crore only for dubbing.
Meanwhile, the film is produced by Allu Aravind in collaboration with Bhushan Kumar and Aman Gill. Also, this is not the first time Kartik Aaryan has been mired in controversy as the actor also parted ways with Dharma Production on Dostana 2 for which he had even shot portions.