Long payment battle pandemonium has ended, and the situation is moving toward settlement. Marina Khan, one of the most seasoned actors in our field, vented her irritation over not being compensated for a recent production.
She sent a lengthy statement on her Instagram account to inform her followers of her recent struggles. However, the creators shared every aspect with the public to clear the air.
They made every effort to clear up the misunderstanding and eradicate the entire problem. Marina Khan published a new update in which she clarified everything and concluded the conflict.
For those who do not know precisely what transpired, here is a summary of the event that captured everyone’s attention.
A few days ago, Marina Khan sent a message on Instagram that read, “To all my Instagram followers. I am pretty dissatisfied that the creators of this film did not pay me the entire sum they promised. Moreover, they repeatedly delayed the contract signature.
So, technically, I could probably place a stay order on the release if I wanted to, but I’m lazy and don’t care anymore. The only thing I can say to the film producers is, “shame on you.”
The producers then issued a strong statement responding to the actor’s accusations. They added that “the film was solely funded by another organization” and that Beeline Productions wished to explain that the actor’s unpaid wages were the responsibility of Elite Films. This firm had previously supported Yaara Vey.
“It was recently brought to our attention that certain artists’ payments were overdue. Beeline Productions is currently in litigation with Elite Films, who signed the artists’ contracts.”
The statement continued, addressing Khan directly: “We understand and accept the concerns of Marina Khan, a respected member of the entertainment industry and a member of our film’s family. As the sole sponsors of Yaara Vey and reputable professionals, we firmly believe in transparency. We will not tolerate any misdeeds committed in our name or the name of our initiative.
It continued, “However, as we are well aware that legal actions take time to resolve, we have reached out to Marina Khan, who we consider to be a very dear member of our film family, to fulfill the owed compensation for her acting duties, regardless of the legal action’s process and conclusion.”
The banner subsequently stated, “We greatly regret the inconvenience faced by the esteemed actor and anticipate her assistance as we finalize the film for its upcoming release under the Beeline productions brand.”
In a tweet yesterday, Marina Khan thanked her followers and fellow actors for supporting the issue. “I’m thrilled and appreciative for all the love and support you’ve shown me. I never anticipated or intended for my display of annoyance to garner such attention. I am also shocked and impressed by the power of social media, which is greater than any contract in our industry.
The Tanhaiyan: Naye Silsilay actor continued, “Due to the events of the past few days, the worry was generated, and I have now been paid the amount owed to me for over two years.”
Khan made sure to clarify that her anger was not misplaced. “However, I want to emphasize that my anger was directed towards Elite Productions, based in the UAE, with whom I signed the deal for this picture. They still appear to be absent,” the actor explained.
On the other hand, Beeline Productions and Elite Films are currently engaged in legal processes as Beeline Productions has agreed to complete the outstanding payments independently.
Khan confirmed this by writing, “Beeline Productions, the primary sponsor of the film Yaara Vey, who commissioned Elite Films to manage production and artist payments, has now assumed responsibility for paying the balance owed to me.”
Marina Khan closed her statement by thanking her followers and focusing light on aspiring industry professionals who continue to suffer from unprofessionalism and confusing policies: “I am grateful to my fans and feel blessed for their support.
She remarked, “I feel for those who are not as fortunate as I am and who have suffered in the past and continue to suffer in my industry at the hands of irresponsible producers and even producers who suffer at the hands of irresponsible artists, where there appears to be little relief from our contracts and legal system.”