Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar's woes with his film 'Heroine' are not over yet. The laptop that had the script and dialogue of his film is stolen.
His ambitious project 'Heroine' went through lots of hiccups from the very word go. The filmmaker had once lost his leading lady when Aishwarya Rai Bachchan got pregnant and left Madhur at large without any heroine. He was later rescued by Kareena Kapoor who agreed to play the lead role.
This time around, he has lost the film's dialogues. Writer Niranjan Iyengar, who was visiting his good friend Karan Johar on February 22, realised that his laptop had been stolen from his car parked under Karan's office. The writer panicked and went straight to the nearby police station, reported Mumbai Mirror.
Iyengar had been visiting Karan Johar to plan their itinerary for the Jammu and Kashmir schedule of Karan's directorial 'Student Of The Year'. However, with the script of 'Heroine' stolen, the writer will not be able to accompany the crew on their trip.
Let's hope the team gets the laptop back but the chances are slim.