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Prerna Arora says, She has not acquired remake rights of Rekha starrer Ghar

Prerna Arora says, She has not acquired remake rights of Rekha starrer Ghar

Producer Prerna Arora says she has not acquired the remake rights of Rekha-starrer "Ghar".

There were reports that after buying the rights to 1964 Bollywood classic "Woh Kaun Thi?", featuring Sadhana and Manoj Kumar, Prernaa has also bought the rights to "Ghar", which is about a married couple coping to save their marriage after the wife is gang-raped.

Producer duo Prernaa and Arjun N Kapoor of KriArj Entertainment have denied this.

"We have initiated our relationship with Pravesh Sippy's production house N.N Sippy Productions by buying the rights of 'Woh Kaun Thi?' and we will be doing the official remake of the movie soon.

"The speculation about the remake rights of 'Ghar' is incorrect. We are in conversation over many other things," they said in a joint statement.



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