Hrithik Roshan's "Mohenjo Daro" failed to put the expected impact at the box office and latest reports suggest that UTV Motion Pictures could be responsible to some extent for the poor collection of the movie.

The trailer of "Mohenjo Daro" had received negative responses from viewers and it is believed to be one of the reasons behind the film's poor collection at the box office. Now, it has been reported that director Ashutosh Gowariker was not allowed to edit the trailer of the Hrithik-starrer; instead a company called Trigger Happy Entertainment was given the responsibility.

UTV Motion Pictures, which happens to be one of the producers of "Mohenjo Daro," reportedly asked Ashutosh to stay away from the making of the trailer that made the director upset. "UTV did a very unfair thing. At the end of the day, it was not their solo production. Ashutosh's wife Sunita was also one of the producers," SKJ Bollywood News quoted a source as saying.

UTV Motion Pictures handed over the onus of making the trailer to Trigger Happy Entertainment and the decision proved to be wrong, the report added. The said company had earlier made trailers for a number of movies; some of those were hits, while some others turned out as disastrous at the box office. Trailers of films like "PK," "Kick," "Badlapur," "Humshakals," "Ekkees Topon Ki Salaami" and "Kuch Kuch Locha Hai" were reportedly cut by Trigger Happy Entertainment.

The movie "Mohenjo Daro" is touted to be one of the most expensive Bollywood films till date. It was expected that the movie will create a storm at the box office, however, Akshay Kumar's "Rustom" took an upper hand over Hrithik's film.