Prernaa Arora’s KriArj Entertainment lose all its films to other producers, looks for a comeback

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Prernaa Arora and Arjun N Kapoor’s KriArj Entertainment is in deep waters and their trouble are piling up day-by-day. The producers have been trying hard to save their underproduction movies which are being taken up by other bigger production houses, but this week it seems that their efforts finally came to a standstill. First they were embroiled in controversy and a bitter row with Abhishek Kapoor on his directorial venture Kedarnath that had Sushant Singh Rajput and Sara Ali Khan in lead roles. Ronnie Screwvala jumped into the fray and finally got the movie on floors after paying KriArj Entertainment and Ekta Kapoor their dues and for the rights of the film.

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KriArj Entertainment also had an ugly fallout and court battle with John Abraham over his film Parmanu-The Story of Pokhran which is now up for release. The honourable High Court favoured the actor and handed the entire reign of the film to John Abraham. John’s film which is based on the Pokhran nuclear tests will release on May 25, 2018. The Abhishek Sharma directed film is produced by John’s company JA Entertainment along with Ajay Kapoor’s Kyta Productions and Zee Studios.

Now, KriArj Entertainment has suffered another setback as their two under-production movies Fanne Khan starring Anil Kapoor and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Batti Gul Meter Chalu starring Shahid Kapoor, Shraddha Kapoor and Yami Gautam has been lapped up by Bhushan Kumar of T-Series. The Shree Narayan Singh directed film was stalled due to monetary issues.

KriArj Entertainment has no films now in its kitty and sources reveal that now the makers are going back to the drawing board and going to re-evaluate their standing and position in the industry. Let’s hope that the production house comes stronger with a solid comeback and start making good films once again.

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