Former Bigg Boss contestant Sidharth Bhardwaj has responded to filmmaker Mohit Suri’s claims that he never offered him a role in the film Ek Villain. Sidharth had previously stated that he walked out of the film sets because he was offered a negligible role. He further revealed that the script was changed without his knowledge or consent when he arrived for the shoot.
Sidharth clarified that he had never met Sidharth Malhotra, the lead actor of Ek Villain, and suggested that Mohit Suri’s ego might have been hurt because he wanted credit in the film but did not receive any monetary compensation. He expressed his desire to work with them and highlighted that it was Mohit Suri who altered the script.
During a conversation with Salman Khan, Sidharth shared his experience and received support from the actor, who believed that Mohit Suri had treated him unfairly. Sidharth emphasized that he had no ill feelings towards anyone involved but wanted to address the situation where he felt bullied.
In a social media post, Sidharth shared his original audition and script, emphasizing his commitment to working hard despite setbacks. He expressed his belief in his acting skills and hoped that no other actor would go through a similar experience of industry bullying. Sidharth wished Mohit Suri well and concluded by stating that he is determined to succeed through hard work.