This is really surprising given the fact that all the talk of actress Rhea Chakraborty trying to come out the ordeals she went through including the horrible media trials and jail she faced thanks to her connection with late Bollywood actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death turned out to be just empty talks as now the latest update in same is that Rhea’s face removed from upcoming thriller film Chehre’s poster.
Interesting tit bit from the makers of the movie here is that in a totally unexpected move, Rhea’s face removed from upcoming thriller film Chehre’s poster.
Best known for her acting in film Jalebi (2019), looks like Bollywood industry is in no mood to welcome her again as Rhea’s face removed from upcoming thriller film Chehre’s poster.
After much wait, finally the makers have unveiled the first poster of the much awaited crime thriller film Chehre which features Amitabh Bachchan, Emraan Hashmi, Anu Kapoor Bengali actor Dhritiman Chatterjee, along with marking the big bollywood debut of the stunning TV actress Krystle D’souza who is also seen in the film’s poster but Rhea’s face is nowhere to be seen in there.
In a recent interview byte with a renowned film journalist for a leading digital entertainment portal, a close friend of the actress was quoted saying, “Not even in her wildest dream had Rhea anticipated this snub. After all that she had gone through in 2020 she was somehow trying to piece together her life again…only to be rudely awakened to this. She is not welcome in Bollywood,it seems”.
When asked her about how has she taken this blow, on this Rhea’s friend told, “After what she went through, do you think this snub would shatter her? Not at all. She has fought many hurdles during the last year. She would fight this one too”.
Now the important question arising here is that would her role also be cut in Chehre or will she atleast be given that much decency and indignity.
Another baffling thing here is director Rumi Jaffrey’s silence in this entire matter since he is known to be a really close friend of Rhea and stood by her when the entire industry kept silent.
A source close to the director said, “Rumi Jaffrey had no say in the matter. He was not consulted about the date of release of Chehre. Or about Rhea going missing from the poster”.