Saif Ali Khan who is currently in Los Angeles shooting for Happy Ending seems to be caught up in trouble. Apparently, the co-producer of the film Dinesh Vijan hired a crew from the street by paying them a token amount for acting in the film, unaware of the fact that the LA law only permits members of the Screen Actors Guild to act in any film. Hence the film's shooting was withheld on the grounds of breaking the law. It was said that such a step was taken to reduce the cost of the film.
However, Saif revealed that they weren't foolish enough to break the law for curbing the budget and it was just because there was a misunderstanding between them. He claimed that the city follows different levels of tax, depending on the budget and misunderstanding had been created between the crew of the film and LA representatives because they believed that the film had a much higher budget compared to what they were paying. However, everything was sorted by the producers of the film and now the crew is happily shooting at Michigan.
Besides Saif, Happy Ending also stars Ileana D'Cruz and is directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK.