Director Subhash Kapoor, who is known for films like Jolly L.L.B and its second part and Guddu Rangeela, recently found himself in the midst of the #MeToo movement, where actress Geetika Tyagi accused him of molesting her.
After his involvement and with cases against him, superstar Aamir Khan and T-Series head honcho Bhushan Kumar dropped the director from their next production Mogul.
But that's not the end of bad times for Subhash, as he has lost out on yet another project.
Producer Ekta Kapoor who also happens to be one of the core committee members' of the Producers' Guild that aims to address issues of sexual harassment at workplace, has dropped Subhash as the showrunner of her upcoming web series on Alt Balaji titled The Verdict, a report in a leading tabloid stated.
The reports also stated that till the charges on Subhash's case continue in the court of law, Balaji will refrain from working with Subhash Kapoor. Also, a new showrunner for the web series will also be brought on board.
Ekta Kapoor's The Verdict is based on the infamous Nanavati Case on which the Akshay Kumar starrer Rustom was made. It stars names like Manav Kaul, Elli Avram, Jim Sarbh, Angad Bedi, Viraf Patel and Kubra Sait among others.