Since yesterday, Rajeev Khandelwal has become the talk of town for his latest candid interview with an entertainment portal. During his conversation, the actor, who rose to fame with Ekta Kapoor’s Kahiin Toh Hoga Woh, opened up about one of his films, that was disowned by choreographer-cum-filmmaker Remo D’Souza. Rajeev Khandelwal revealed that Remo D’Souza announced his disassociation with the project DOA: Death Of Amar leaving everyone in shock.
Speaking to ETimes, Rajeev opened up about the same and said, “Remo D'Souza decided to tell the world that he has not produced the film. He had some issues with the other producers. I felt that there was some dirt somewhere. I didn't call up Remo for any explanation. I decided to move on.” Rajeev also revealed that he was conned for doing a film Will You Marry Me?
Sharing the experiences, the actor said, “I had signed a film wherein I was supposed to play a joker, whose script had made me extremely emotional. The makers started that film and then came to me saying that they first wanted me to do a film Will You Marry Me? with Aditya Datt as director. Datt had directed me in Table No 21 and I went by their word. The film wherein I had started playing a joker never released. Trust me, I wanted to buy that film. But it didn't materialise as its three producers are still at loggerheads with each other. I told them that I pity them.”
Meanwhile, in the same interview, Rajeev also spilled the beans on his happily married life with wife Manjiri Kamtikar. The actor had also revealed how he fell in love with her and their how their love story blossomed into a marriage. (ALSO READ: Rajeev Khandelwal Narrates His Casting Couch Nightmare; Mentioned Having A Girlfriend So That The Guy Knows He Is Straight)
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