Vikas Khanna says he was asked for '3-4 lacs' for giving good reviews to his film 'The Last Colour'

Vikas Khanna who turned a filmmaker with The Last Colour', says he was asked to pay for good reviews: Read on
Written By Saumya Bansal | Updated: January 20, 2021 17:40 IST
Vikas Khanna says he was asked for '3-4 lacs' for giving good reviews to his film 'The Last Colour'

Chef Vikas Khanna, who recently debuted as a filmmaker with his film, The Last Colour', shares some unpleasant encounters with the Bollywood mafia. A few days earlier, Vikas had tweeted expressing his anguish over the treatment he got for denying money to some film critics. And now, the chef reveals the amount he was charged for giving good reviews to his film. "3 lacs for 3 Stars. 4 lacs for 4 Stars. Not forgetting this communication until death,” Vikas tweeted.

 
Vikas had agreed with Kangana Ranaut about the existence of the movie mafia in Bollywood. He had tweeted, "When I used to hear @KanganaTeam speak about this issue of critics & favoritism & nepotism it used to hurt my heart. But today I experience it first hand. Minions won’t let outsiders enter even if they put their heart & soul in the craft. It’s painful to hear “Pay or we’ll destroy you."
 
 
However, when a fan had asked Vikas to reveal the names of such people, he decided not to. The Last Colour has been streaming on Amazon Prime Video. It was earlier released in various film festivals and got lots of praises for his debut film. Stay tuned with us for more latest updates on Bollywood.




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