He Mann Bavare Stars Mrunal Dusanis, Sharmishtha Raut, Vidisha Mhaiskar Accuse Producer Mandar Devasthali For Payment Default

He Mann Bavare cast complaints about the payment default, accuses producer Mandar Devasthali of delayed payment.

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He Mann Bavare Stars Mrunal Dusanis, Sharmishtha Raut, Vidisha Mhaiskar Accuse Producer Mandar Devasthali For Payment Default
The famous Marathi TV series He Mann Bavare used to air on the Colors Marathi channel. In its span of 2 years, this Mrunal Dusanis and Shashank Ketkar starrer series gained popularity from every Marathi household and ended in the October of 2020, last year. Produced and directed by renowned director Mandar Devasthali, the film had a nice story that gained so much love and appreciation from the audience. But, something unexpected has come up recently. Having said that, the lead actress Mrunal Dusanis’s latest Insta post has become viral on the internet, since this morning. 

The actress shared a post addressing her payment issue with producer-director Mandar Devasthali. 


Sharing a post on her Instagram, the actress accused Mandar of a payment default. The actress shared her disappointing experience with the production. She wrote that even after doing their work sincerely and hardworkingly, the actors experience delays in payments. Addressing her complaint about the payment, the actress also tagged co-stars Sharmishtha Raut, Vidisha Mhaiskar, and Sangram Samel who also faced a similar problem. All these actors shared a similar post at the same time with Mrunal. 


In response to their complaints, Mandar has also shared an apology post. The producer said that he’s stuck in a bad situation therefore he was unable to do the payment on time. But he has assured everyone that he’ll give the remaining payment to everyone, pretty soon.



Image source: Instagram/sharmishtharaut/mrunaldusanis_official/mandarr_devsthali
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