Siddharth Bhardwaj made serious allegations against Mohit Suri, said- 'People outside the industry consider them dogs'
Siddharth Bhardwaj claimed that Mohit Suri, the director of Ek Villain, had changed the entire script. Also said that outsiders in the industry are treated like dogs. Mohit Suri has also replied to this.
Bollywood actor Siddharth Bhardwaj, who also appeared in Bigg Boss and Splitsvilla, has made a shocking revelation. He said that he was not happy with the role given to him in Ek Villain, which was released in 2014. Ek Villain starred Sidharth Malhotra, Shraddha Kapoor, and Riteish Deshmukh in lead roles.
Speaking to E-Times, the actor said that he refused to be a part of the film after the script was changed. He said, "In India, there are some directors whose buff is so small and their ego is so big. I walked out of Mohit Suri's sets. He was giving me more roles earlier, but later he changed the entire script. "
He further added, "In the first role that Mohit Suri narrated to me, I hit myself with a shoe, I urinate on myself and Siddharth Malhotra burns me alive. I have no recovery in the entire film. Couldn't fit into the main script. I didn't get good roles. People who are not from the industry are treated like dogs. Salman bhai knows me and loves me. He is happy for me."
Meanwhile, director Mohit Suri has reacted to these claims, saying that whatever Siddharth Bhardwaj has said is not true. Mohit told that earlier Siddharth did not want to be beaten, he did not even want to be hit by a punch. He further added, “On the evening before the shoot, when the shot was to be taken, he started throwing tantrums. I was forced to ask my assistant director to do this role. We did not have time to take any other actor.