Pooja Entertainments, owned by vashu bhagnani and his son Jackky Bhagnani, is facing severe financial difficulties. Jackky married rakul preet singh in a lavish ceremony last year, but there were rumors that many of the staff who assisted with the occasion were underpaid. The production company hasn't produced a successful movie in a long time, and their most recent big-budget failure, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan, cost them over 250 crores.

The situation deteriorated when two workers claimed they weren't getting paid by the corporation. Two years ago, Vaishnavi Paralikar, a film crew member, revealed on instagram that she had yet to get money. Another lady, Ruchita Kambale, disclosed the identity of the producing company, pooja Entertainment, even though she did not name it. Ruchita's tweet called out pooja Entertainment and the Bhagnanis for their unethical and unprofessional behavior, expressing the dissatisfaction of the underpaid workers. She explained that although the staff was patient, they had not received payment despite being promised payment in 45–60 days after finishing their task.

She said that although the banner paid tiger shroff and akshay kumar their dues as well-known stars, they neglected to pay the crew fairly since they were seen as less talented. Successful 90s films like Coolie No. 1, hero No. 1, Biwi No. 1, and Bade Miyan Chote Miyan served as the foundation for pooja Entertainment. Their final success, a 2001 version of Tholi Prema, was Mujhe Kuchh Kehna Hai. Since then, they haven't had a single successful movie despite having made over 25 pictures.

It's surprising that the corporation, with a lengthy history of flops, still funding big-budget movies. pooja Entertainment's continued existence as a going concern leaves many perplexed, particularly in light of the recent box office disappointments of Bell Bottom, Cuttputlli, Ganapath, Mission Ranigunj, and Bade Miyan Chote Miyan. On social media, several individuals have voiced worries that rakul preet singh may have been duped into being married into a dysfunctional household.

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