However, that is when, we’re told, Ekta put her foot down firmly. “Ekta did not want to deviate from the content of the film. It’s a horror-erotica. And Ekta had to incorporate those scenes (in the promos) to communicate the content aptly. Things didn’t turn out the way Sunny wanted. She (Sunny) might be upset, but has been professional enough to promote the film,” adds the source.
On being contacted, Ekta says, “We are clear about horror and sexuality being the mainstays of the film, and that’s how it will be communicated. She (Sunny) respected our view and prerogatives as producers.”
Ask Sunny about it, and you just get a docile response: “I shot the material originally. I liked the promo. It has got million hits.”