The failure of the movie Eno Onthara at the Box Office has made producer M Chandrashekhar and hero Golden star Ganesh engage in war of words. Earlier, Chandru had held Ganesh responsible for its failure stating that he did not attend the promotion of the film. But Ganesh has denied his allegations claiming that his indiscipline way of planning things has pushed him to verge of suffering loss at the Box Office.
Chandrashekhar has made several allegations against Ganesh at a press conference held on Monday night. He had claimed that Golden star's indifference nature towards publicity of Eno Onthara resulted in its poor performance at the Box office. But the Sandalwood star claims that he had cancelled his trip to America and Navika programme to attend its promotion and audio launch. He had even called many of his media friends and given promotional ideas about the film. Besides this, he had attended the promotional programmes on several TV channels.
The producer had urged the actor either to return his remuneration or give him a call sheet for a new film. He had even vowed to sit on a Dharna in front of his house, if he failed to heed to his request. Responding to this statement, Ganesh asks why he is so particular about his call sheet, when he held him responsible for suffering huge loss at the Box Office. He says that he is certainly not doing that film. He claims that he did not have proper planning about the shooting of the film, which disturbed his other projects like Kool and Maduve Mane.
Talking further about his call sheet, Ganesh says that he had given call sheet for Chandru for the film Mareyuva Munna, which was to be directed by Bharat. But the project was put on hold due to the differences between the director and producer. Then Chandru requested him for his dates for the remake of Khushi. But he reluctantly accepted to star in the remake film. He says, "If this is not co-operation, I dont know what is the meaning of co-operation."