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Bunty Aur Babli 2: Why Junior Bachchan is not the part of the sequel?

The first installment of the film Bunty Aur Babli seemed to be a big hit and it carried both Big B and Junior Bachchain in the leading roles. However, we could see Junior now missing from the scene and so is the case with the former. While Rani Mukherjee was retained as the leading lady but Abhishek Bachchan got replaced by Saif Ali Khan. The reason, as per the B Town-based portal called Bollywood Hungama, claims that he had a fallout with producer Aditya Chopra while producing Dhoom 3.

As per sources, Dhoom 3’s script was changed too often in the favour of Aamir Khan which irked Junior Bachchan. In fact, he went on protesting the producer about the same, and the filmmaker Vijay Krishna Acharya fell on deaf ears. The last straw seemed to have gained a climax while Junior was seen arriving at the location for the shooting and he said that the climax had been changed without even informing him. This was the reason why Junior was seen putting his food down. He even informed Adi that he would not be going to work in the next installment of Dhoom.

The decision of Junior did have the chance to stand up to the displeasure regarding the changes one could make via the producer and it did not go with Aditya Chopra. As per sources, the experience during the making of Dhoom 3 was nasty that led Junior to the backbencher. In fact, he was even offered the film by Aditya Chopra but he refused to do the movie. Since then Rani (wife of Aditya Chopra) stopped talking with Abhishek Bachchan after his refusal.

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Is a Senior Content writer and have been into the content domain from more than a decade. He has dealt with diverse areas in content writing, and writing has been his passion. He has been associated with CT since past five years being ardent Bollywood fans that enable him to produce quality articles.
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