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Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer 'Bole Chudiyan' finds female lead post Mouni Roy's exit, film set to go on floors soon

Mouni Roy claimed that she left Bole Chudiyan due to differences with the makers, while the team stated out that they sacked her due to unprofessional behaviour

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer 'Bole Chudiyan' finds female lead post Mouni Roy's exit, film set to go on floors soon
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Nawazuddin Siddiqui's brother Shamas' Bole Chudiyan came to limelight after Mouni Roy made a controversial exit from the film, after her name was announced as the female lead. While she stated to have opted out of the film due to difference with the makers, the team of the film claim they sacked her due to unprofessional attitude.

A report in Asian Age claimed that the movie has been in trouble ever since she was no longer part of the film. A source close to the project told the daily, “The film has now been delayed as Mouni left the project. The makers have been looking for the right casting since then, but nothing has been locked so far. In the meantime, Nawaz also has to start the next project for which he had already given his dates. So until they don’t find the right actress, the film will keep getting delayed.”

However, soon after, another report on Pinkvilla stated that a female lead has actually been finalized for Bole Chudiyan and both Nawazuddin Siddiqui and his brother Shamas are happy with the new lead since she does not require workshops for the role.

The report further goes on to state that the rest of the cast have also been conversing every day since a month and the project is now ready to go on floors. Prior to Mouni Roy being confirmed for the project, names like Shraddha Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha had been linked to the project. It is now however only a matter of time till the makers announce their newest female lead.

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