One day I heard about Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa and spoke to the people at Sony (Entertainment Television) and checked whether she was interested. She asked Ram and he said yes.

I asked her to stay here for a couple of years and pursue her career again.

During Jhalak, she came here for good. Jhalak was a hit.

She did some ads through me like P&G and Oral B.

I did not leave Madhuri.

One day, I was called to her office.

Ram said, "We want to go the professional way."

I said okay.

Madhuri said, "I am very happy with you, you have worked so much for me. You have done wonders for me. But we want to hire a company and go professionally."

I felt sad. (Rikku's eyes moisten). It was natural.

It was a kind of shock, but I have no hard feelings.

I wish her on her golden year. I can only say good things about her.



When I was working with Madhuri, I had planned a film with my son Karan called Guns Of Banaras Many people helped me because I had a big star like Madhuri.

The moment I left Madhuri, all these people who were helping me pulled away.

The industry is like that. But I have continued with my plan. Hopefully, my son's film will release this year.

Madhuri attended my daughter's wedding. Her mother also came.

There is no problem between our families.

I don't know whether Shriram Nene had any objections.

I don't know even today what went wrong.


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