Made In Heaven 2 was one of the highly-anticipated series. After the series was released, people couldn’t stop gushing over it. Amidst all the craze, Made In Heaven 2 was pitted against a few controversies. Earlier, author Yashica Dutt made an allegation, claiming her work was used without consent or proper credit. Well, now reacting to the accusations, Radhika Apte revealed that they are on the same side.
Radhika Apte on the author’s accusations
Speaking to Hindustan Times, Radhika said, “I strongly feel that no matter what both the parties are talking about and feeling, I know for a fact that neither of them [makers & the author] want the good effects or the good consequences of this episode to be diminished even for a minute.”
“They both are on the same side when it comes to championing the cause and saying that it is a great thing that an episode about this issue has come on a mainstream platform, and it shouldn’t be cancelled or banned. It should only be looked at positively. We are all on the same side in the end,” she continued.
Radhika also spoke about the creator’s view and their perception. “So, I let the character they’ve envisioned, come alive on screen. Beyond this, it is not right for me to comment any further on the actual controversy or the actual conflict they are facing.” The Sacred Games and Ghoul actor stated.
Earlier, designer Tarun Tahiliani expressed disappointment when the makers didn’t give credit for his designs. His collections were used in Made In Heaven 2 show but no credit was given to them.