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Galani to fight Salman in court



February 27, 2012 02:11:25 PM IST
Glamsham Editorial
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Salman Khan registered a case against Vijay Galani, the producer of VEER, for not paying him his due amount of Rs. 15 crore for the 2010 production with the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE). The FWICE declared Galani guilty and banned him from making films. But notwithstanding FWICE's orders, the producer has now moved to court to seek justice.

SALMAN KHAN and VIJAY GALANI
SALMAN KHAN and VIJAY GALANI

Galani stated in a media report that he does not owe anything to Salman Khan and also refutes FWICE's command. According to the producer, FWICE solely cannot levy any charges against him but it has to be in conjunction with Association of Motion Pictures Producers' Association (AMPPA) which has not endorsed the case. The producer will now challenge FWICE's decision.

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FWICE, which passed a Non-Cooperative Directive against Galani believes that it has done no wrong.


 
  

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