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11:20 am - Tuesday February 20, 2018

Bipasha speaks out about her absence from Humshakals promotions

Bipasha_BasuThe copious absence of Bipasha Basu from the promotions of her upcoming film Humshakals set a million media tongues wagging. Though rumours of the reasons why the actress has shyed away from the promotions are rife, Bipasha finally decided to vent out and lay them to rest with a tell all post on twitter.

Posting her thoughts, Bips says, “This is to put an end to all the discussions around my absence for Humshakals promotions. I take full responsibility of getting into a film only on the basis of trust. But after dubbing for my character in the film, as I had professionally committed to do so, I’m extremely disturbed by the end result of the same. In these circumstances I didn’t know how to promote a film with all honesty and that’s why I thought it was better to stay away. I am confident that the film will be true to it’s genre and will be a full entertainer because of the people involved. I wish fox star studios who I have had my biggest hit with Raaz 3 and vashu ji who is a fantastic producer all the best. Wish all my co stars Saif, Riteish, Tamannah, Esha and the technicians best of luck. Sometimes, certain journeys cannot be completed and this is one of them – no one to be blamed, combination of things that made me disrupt my journey.”
Humshakals that features an ensemble cast of Saif Ali Khan, Riteish Deshmukh, Ram Kapoor, Tamannaah Bhatia, and Esha Gupta is directed by Sajid Khan and is slated for release this June.

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