When it comes to celebrities and film industry, gossips are something that is inevitable. But some gossips are counted as highly negative for breach of privacy or for bringing bad reputation. The latest that falls in this category is one about Dulquer Salmaan's upcoming Malayalam movie, "100 Days of Love".
Recently, gossip columns were making rounds that the Jenuse Mohammed directorial had ran into trouble and the makers are now planning to re-shoot the film.
Reports were that ''100 Days of Love had already crossed the budget of ₹10 crore and makers of the film are highly disappointed about this. Gossip-mongers had also claimed that the story was similar to that of the recently released Malayalam movie, "Ormayundo Ee Mukham", which starred Vineeth Sreenivasan and Namitha Pramod and that the makers are now busy rewriting the script.
However, sources close to Dulquer Salmaan and the film "100 Days of Love" have clarified that the rumours regarding the movie are false and said the film is made with a limited budget. They also added that the second schedule of the film is being planned as Dulquer Salmaan and Nithya Menen have wrapped up their schedule for Mani Rathnam's "Okay Kanmani".
"Rumours concerning '100 Days of Love' is false. The film is made with a budget of ₹5 crore, which is average for a Malayalam movie and there are no confusions regarding this. Since both Dulquer and Nithya wrapped up their film with Mani Rathnam, the second schedule of the film is now planned for the first week of January 2015," said a source close to the film to International Business Times, Indian Edition
"The story and the script of "100 Days of Love" are original and is not a copy as claimed by some online websites. We are planning to release the film by 21 March," added the sources.
Dulquer Salmaan has also cleared the rumours surrounding the film on his Facebook page.
"Some websites are only diluting their own credibility by writing false stories. 100 Days of Love was always planned in two schedules ! The next schedule is in January and it has no budget issues nor similarities to any recent release!" wrote Dulquer Salmaan
The stars have completed the first schedule before joining the sets of "Okay Kanmani". Meanwhile, "100 Days of Love" was earlier scheduled to release in November, but was later changed as both the lead actors had to join Mani Rathnam's set.
"100 Days of Love" is the debut directorial venture of Jenuse Mohamed and is touted as a romantic comedy entertainer.