A Bollywood producer has moved court against Tamannah, alleging that she has failed to honor her contract with him that requires her to shell out 25 per cent of her earnings for five years to the producer.
According to Salim Akhtar, he introduced Tamannah in the Hindi film 'Chand Sa Roshan Chehra' in 2005. The film was directed by Shabah Shamsi.
Later, Tamannah migrated to the South and made it big in Tamil cinema and Telugu cinema. She has now been signed by Sajid Khan to share the screen space with Ajay Devgn in the 'Himmatwala' remake.
Salim Akhtar filed a case against actress Tamannah alleging that she has failed to honour her contract with him.
"My agreement with Tamannah dated October 28, 2003 clearly states that she is on a revenue sharing basis with my company, Aftab Pictures Pvt Ltd, from March 2005 till March 2010. But she did not share a single paise," Akhtar reportedly said.