Kamya Punjabi has refused to accept the Court's ban on Pratyusha Banerjee's last movie 'Hum Keh Naa Sakey' and stated 'nothing can bog me down'.
The movie is said to give a glimpse of Pratyusha's troubled personal life, which eventually led her commit suicide in April last year.
"I will release the film come what may. This was the last thing of Pratyusha with us and I had been thinking of doing something with it for a long time. So, nothing can bog me down. I am releasing it at 4pm today and it will happen," Kamya told Indian Express in her interview.
She also got emotional on Pratyusha's first death anniversary and stated that she does feel the late actress is with her.
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“She will always remain with me. Last year also, I was fighting for her and even today I am doing the same thing and I will continue to do so. Everyone knows what’s happening," Kamya added.
The promo of Pratyusha's movie set the tinselvile given as it is not just bringing the late actress on the big screen for one last time, but it also sparked a fight between Kamya Punjabi and Banerjee's boyfriend Rahul Raj Singh.
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Rahul had reportedly called the movie fake and bogus and even accused Kamya Punjabi for making money on a dead person's name.
He even filed a legal petition against the movie demanding a ban over it after which the court prder a stay on the release of 'Hum Keh Naa Sakey'.
Looks like the movie is all set to ignite a new controvery of Pratyusha Banerjee's suicide.