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PC Sreeram refuses to work with Kangana Ranaut: Actress says it's entirely her loss

Notably, Sreeram was one of the cinematographers of Kangana’s Tamil debut Dhaam Dhoom

Published: 08th September 2020

Veteran cinematographer PC Sreeram has revealed that he refused to sign a film which had Kangana Ranaut in the lead. Sreeram announced this through his official Twitter handle and explained that he felt uneasy to be part of the film. He also added that the makers accepted his decision and were very understanding.  

This announcement of Sreeram's has been receiving a mixed reaction online. While a section of people are supportive of his stand, Kangana's fans are condemning his decision. 

In a response to the veteran's statement, Kangana took to Twitter to express her disappoinment. The actor wrote, "I missed the opportunity to work with a legend like you sir, it’s entirely my loss. I don’t know what exactly made you uneasy about me but I am glad you took the right call. Wish you all the best." PC Sreeram in response said, "Much appreciated." 

Sreeram was one of the cinematographers of Kangana’s Tamil debut, Dhaam Dhoom. 

Kangana has been making headlines for her statements post the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput. She recently alleged that many stars in the film industry are into drug abuse. 

On the work front, the actor will next be seen playing late Tamil Nadu CM J Jayalalithaa in the multilingual biopic Thalaivi, directed by Vijay. 

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