For the past few days, Mehreen has been in news for all the wrong reasons. It all began when rumours began circulating in the industry about her unprofessional attitude and how the producer of Ashwathama was miffed with her. Initial reports suggested that she couldn’t take part in some of the promotional activities of the film due to her health issues; however, when the producer insisted that she come, an upset Mehreen checked out of the hotel without informing the producer, leaving a huge bill for food expenses.
Surprisingly, another rumour began doing rounds which put the blame completely on Mehreen, and it was reported that the producer had paid most part of her remuneration and also cleared her hotel bills, but Mehreen’s attitude didn’t go well with the producer.
Given the conflicting accounts that have come out from the controversy, Mehreen took to Twitter saying, “Making movies on women empowerment and disrespecting them in real life doesn’t make sense. I stand up when it comes to my dignity and self-esteem.” Although she didn’t name anyone, it is quite clear that she was responding to the rumours about her.
Making movies on women empowerment but disrespecting them in real life doesn't make sense. I stand up when it comes to my dignity & selfesteem. I believe in mutual professionalism & respect to an individual's personal space.
May God bless you all 🙏
— Mehreen Pirzada👑 (@Mehreenpirzada) February 24, 2020
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