After Ranbir Kapoor-Anushka Sharma starrer "Bombay Velvet" encountered a potential delay in its release date, the film has hit yet another problem.
The Anurag Kashyap directorial has apparently crossed its monetary limits and is now facing budget issues.
The makers wanted to reshoot some portions of the film, but as the post-production will cost them a great deal, they are forced to re-edit those portions, according to a report.
"The film requires heavy VFX in the post-production, so the makers are opting to re-edit portions rather than reshooting them," a source told Hindustan Times.
Of late, there were also rumours that the Kapoor lad, who has wrapped up the shoots, is not quite satisfied with the film and has recommended to re-shoot a major portion of the film.
However, the "Barfi" actor denying such report told Mumbai Mirror: "We are very proud of Anurag's vision of 'Bombay Velvet' and want to put the best product out. The film's VFX is taking time and hence we have decided to move to May. We don't want to do a hasty job."
Besides, there were also reports that the duration of the film is more than three hours and 20 minutes. But, apparently, it has also been cut short now.
"The film is edited, locked and in post-production. The length was never 3 hours and 20 minutes. All the rumour-mongers can have a field day creating conspiracy theories. It does not matter to us." the "Shaitan" producer told Hindustan Times.
"Bombay Velvet" is based on historian Gyan Prakash's book titled, "Mumbai Fables". Besides Kapoor and Sharma, the film also stars Karan Johar, Raveena Tandon and Kay Kay Menon in pivotal roles.
Apart from "Bombay Velvet", Kapoor is also busy with their another project "Jagga Jasoos", the shooting for which is currently going on. "Jagga Jasoos" has Kapoor's alleged girlfriend Katrina Kaif opposite the good looking actor.