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Has Rohit Shetty’s CEO resigned after the failure of Cirkus?
Mumbai (Maharashtra): Rohit Shetty’s Cirkus was released in theatres with much fanfare and celebration. But the film failed to create its magic on the big screen. Hence, it has caused an uproar at Rohit Shetty’s office and led to a lot of speculation roaming around. Now, according to a report by ETimes, it seems that Rohit Shetty’s CEO and co-producer, George Cameron has given his resignation papers to the studio. The duo had been working together since Rohit’s hit film, Golmaal.
ETimes reported that George is planning to become an independent producer. According to their sources, George is the main person that handled all the contact with actors regarding their dates and payment when at Rohit’s office. Hence he has a lot of contacts in the industry and is very well-supported. He has a lot of financers in B-Town as his work started from being Suniel Shetty’s secretary to his extensive work portfolio with filmmaker Priyadarshan. However, what is shocking is that the news came a week before Cirkus was released in theatres. It is said that George and Rohit met some differences while shooting Cirkus and could not resolve it despite trying their best.
However, George has denied the rumours and even claimed that he has not parted ways with the filmmaker. Even Rohit Shetty’s official spokesperson has not confirmed the news yet. The question remains if there is any truth in the rumours and whether George is still a part of Rohit Shetty’s team.
Cirkus starring Ranveer Singh, Varun Sharma, Pooja Hegde and Jacqueline Fernandez released in theatres on December 23, 2022. The film performed poorly at the box office in its opening week and failed to draw viewers to the theatre.