Jiah Khan, one of the latest discoveries of the Indian film Industry, has inked a deal with UTV for two of their upcoming films. UTV which has always believed in nurturing talent has complete confidence on Jiah Khan and her potential.
UTV Motion Pictures also clarified on industry rumours about Jiah Khan being dropped from Ken Gosh's next film with UTV. Nupur Asthana (Screen play) & Kiran Kotriyal (Dialogue writer) who were earlier working on the story were joined by Manurishi Chadda, the filmfare winner dialogue of OYE LUCKY LUCKY OYE. After coupling with Manurishi there were certain creative changes that were made in the film script, further to which Jiah Khan and UTV mutually agreed that the role scripted did not befit Jiah.
''With the changes they made on the script and the character, I myself felt that I do not suit the character. However, my relationship with UTV remains the same and they have signed me for two of their future films to be started later this year'' says Jiah Khan.
''Speculations in the industry about Jiah Khan being dropped out of Ken Ghosh's project are completely erroneous. It was a mutual decision whereby Jiah opted out of the project seeing a misfit between the character and Jiah. Jiah Khan is a wonderful actor with some amazing talent. We have signed Jiah for our next projects and really looking forward to working with her.'' Ram Mirchandani- COO- UTV Rampage Motion Pictures.