News|May 22, 2012 2:10 pm

I had worst time shooting with Sanjay Dutt: Ram Gopal Verma

After Department not doing well at the box office, Ram Gopal verma admitted that he had horrible time shooting with Sanjat Dutt.
Reportedly made at a budget of Rs 30 crore, the film has so far earned Rs seven crore at the box office.

‘Whatever else happening to Department I am supremely happy that I don’t want to see the faces of Sanjay Dutt and Dharam Oberoi (CEO of Sanjay Dutt Productions) for the rest of my life,’ Varma wrote on Twitter.

While shooting the movie both RGV and Dutt experienced huge creative differences but denied the same during media interactions.

“From forcing me to take Kangna Ranaut out of the film to constantly cornering me to change screenplay, I had the most horrible time working with Dutt,”

Varma said.

Both Dutt and Oberoi too had expressed displeasure over the way the film was handled by Varma.

“If Dutt and Oberoi think I am the bad in Department, lets wait for Zilla Ghaziabad and Soham’s film where I am not there to spoil their creative inputs,”

Varma said.

Meanwhile, Dutt and Oberoi have also reported that they advised RGV against using a 5D camera in the film and yet, he went ahead and used it. The way the camera has been used in the film has been universally avoided by critics and audiences alike.
Made at a budget of Rs 30 crore, the film has so far earned Rs 7 crore at the box office.