Actor Salman who is termed as the bad boy for violating laws has now taken a u-turn by knocking the law's door. Salman Khan had sent a legal notice to Veer producer Vijay Galani last year for non-payment of dues amounting to Rs 15 crore. But the producer gave a cold shoulder to the notice. A furious Sallu has now filed a complaint with the Federation Of Western Cine Employees about the same.
But Galani again has decided not to pay heed to it. And now, a livid Sallu bhai wants to hold a meeting with Galani face-to-face. The president of FWICE, Dharmesh Tiwari told Mumbai Mirror, "Yes. This is true. We have written to Galani informing him about Salman's complaint. We have also written to Association of Motion Pictures & T.V. Programme Producers (AMPTPP). But usse bhi kuch farak nahi hua. Galani is not forthcoming. On the other hand, Salman wants to have a meeting as soon as possible. The ball is now in AMPTPP's court."
But when Mirror contacted Galani said, "My association (read AMTPP) is dealing with the case. They told me that they have squashed it. I don't know if there is any further development. Mera ismein koi lena dena nahi hai."
Last year in August Salman had sent a legal notice to Galani when he failed to receive his outstanding remuneration of Rs 15 crore for Veer. But when Veer failed to make an impact at the box office, a devastated Galani painted a picture as if a huge financial calamity had befallen him, as revealed by a source.