Aamir Khan back on board for Mogul, will work with MeToo-accused Subhash Kapoor

Earlier, Aamir Khan had stated that he supports the MeToo Movement in Bollywood and has decided not to work with a tainted person.

Published: 11th September 2019 08:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th September 2019 08:59 AM   |  A+A-

Aamir Khan

Bollywood actor Aamir Khan (File | IANS)

By Express News Service

Aamir Khan has reversed his decision to not work with MeToo-accused Subhash Kapoor. Last year in October, Aamir in a joint statement with wife Kiran Rao had announced that will not associate with Subhash, who is facing sexual misconduct allegations in court.

The film in question was Mogul, a biopic on Music baron Gulshan Kumar that Aamir was set to star in and co-produce. At the time, the actor had stated that he supports the MeToo Movement in Bollywood and has decided not to work with a tainted person.

However, as per recent reports, Aamir has confirmed he is returning to the project and will essay Gulshan Kumar in his biopic. The actor told a publication that he was feeling guilty about having harmed a person’s right to work and livelihood. He said he received a letter from the Indian Film & Television Director’s Association (IFTDA) in May urging him to reconsider his decision.

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