Late actress Madhubala’s biopic has remained in the benefit a long time now. The fabulous actress’ sister Madhur Brij Bhushan had officially introduced it in 2018 after the Mughal-E-Azam celebrity’s wax sculpture was revealed at the Madame Tussaud’s museum.
Director Imtiaz Ali was supposed to helm this ambitious project, However, he quickly ended his contract when the biopic was put on hold owing to the resistance from Madhubala’s family. Currently, it looks like the much awaited movie is back on course as Madhubala’s sister Madhur in her new meeting with ETimes discussed it.
While speaking to the tabloid, Madhur Bhushan shared that her sister’s biopic wouldn’t discuss her equation with Dilip Kumar or Kishore Kumar as her household does not wish to hurt any individual’s views.
ETimes quoted her as stating, “We make certain that we don’t intend to hurt anybody while telling this story. We don’t wish to enter into what happened with Dilip Kumar and Kishore Kumar. They have other halves, kids as well as families, as well. Every connection has its ups as well as downs, yet the similar manner in which we do not value things being spoken about our papa, they as well will really feel injured if someone discuss the past. We wish to commemorate Madhubala’s life, but we do not wish to hurt anybody’s views while doing it.”
In 2018, Madhur Bhushan had issued a statement in which she had prompted all the well-wishers of Madhubala and also whosoever gotten in touch with Bollywood to refrain from attempting a biopic or anything else based upon her late sister’s life without seeking her approval.
Discussing Madhubala’s individual life, the epic star and Dilip Kumar were in a partnership for numerous years before they split ways on an ugly note owing a lawsuit related to the movie Naya Daur. Later on, the actress tied the knot with Kishore Kumar. Nonetheless, the former’s family charged him of abandoning her in her last days before she died in 1969 at the age of 36.