The movie "Talvar" starring Irrfan Khan, Konkona Sen Sharma and Neeraj kabi in lead roles, is based on the 2008 Aarushi Talwar murder case but the makers of the film apparently did not take permission from the victim's family before making it.
The writer of "Talvar", Vishal Bhardwaj, stated that they did not take consent from the Aarushi Talwar family.
"We have not taken the permission," Vishal Bhardwaj told Times of India.
"Through this film, we have shown the investigations of the police, the CBI's investigation, followed by a probe by one more team of CBI. So, there are three versions and we have tried to show that with as much honesty as we could," he added.
The "Talvar" writer asserted that the film presents three versions of the murder case.
"The film is not my version of the case. With this case, we found bizarre things and each point of view had its own conviction and so we thought of presenting three versions. We have presented a conviction of all the three points of view and we have not given any judgement," said Bhardwaj.
Directed by Meghna Gulzar, "Talvar" will present Neeraj Kabi and Konkona Sen Sharma as Rajesh Talwar and Nupur Talwar, respectively, who are Aarushi Talwar's parents and were convicted in the twin murder case. Irrfan Khan will portray the role of an investigating officer.
The trailer of "Talvar" was released recently; the film will hit screens on 2 October.