Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan on Thursday said that issues between his daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan and Madhur Bhandarkar, director of the film Heroine, have been sorted out.
Earlier this week, director Madhur Bhandarkar had said on his blog that he was in a shock after his ambitious project, Heroine, had to be canned following the news of Aishwarya's pregnancy.
Bhandarkar had said he was depressed for weeks as Heroine was his most ambitious project to the date.
"This is a matter between the producer and Aishwarya, and I cannot comment on it," Bachchan, who was in Ahmedabad for the promotion of his new film Buddha Hoga Tera Baap, said, when asked for a comment.
"When I was asked (previously) what I have to say, I had said that they (Aishwarya and Bhandarkar) would sort it out, and in fact they have sorted it out," he said.
"(Despite this) if some person expresses his feelings about it he has the right to do it. And then others will also express their feelings on the issue and this way whatever is the truth, will come out," Bachchan said.
Bhandarkar had said on his blog that he was devastated over the fact that the "truth was hidden" from him.
Aishwarya was to play the character of a once-successful film actress whose career is on the decline. The film was also to star Arjun Rampal, Arunoday Singh, Shahana Goswami and Amrita Raichand.