While Kangana Ranaut is garnering overwhelming responses for her performance in "Tanu Weds Manu Returns", the actress is apparently upset, not with the film but with another project.
According to reports, Kangana, who had worked in a film, titled "I Love New Year", opposite Sunny Deol two years ago, is set to hit the theatres soon.
The film directed by Radhika Rao and Vinay Sapru, got delayed due to certain issues and was believed to be shelved, however, the film is now ready and is apparently set to release this July.
The reports about an old film being released now, didn't seem to excite Kangana, who is at the peak of her career with immensely successful films like "Queen" and the recently released "Tanu Weds Manu Returns" in her kitty.
"Kangana is very particular about the kind of films she chooses now, and the direction in which her career should head. That's why she was a bit surprised when she got to know that her film with Sunny is set for a release in July. She called up Bhushan (Kumar; the producer of the film) and had a long chat with him. She asked him about the stories doing the rounds regarding film's release, as the makers had initially decided to shelve it. Bhushan told Kangana that they will sort out the matter amicably," an insider told Hindustan Times.
Talking about the film, Bhushan said the film was never shelved. "Kangana and I have always been cordial, and have stayed in touch. As for the film, the release isn't in my hands, since I had sold the rights of the film to some distributors back then itself. Now, it's up to their (distributors) discretion, if and when they want to release the film," Bhushan added.