Salman Khan has been sued for a 250 crore defamation suit by the producer of his 2010 film Veer. According to the producer, Salman had approached Vijay Galani to produce Veer, following which the producer reportedly gave the actor a signing amount of Rs 10 crore.
Further Galani, Salman and Eros International signed a contract mentioning that once the film released and recovered costs, Salman would be paid another Rs 15 crore. Although, the film turned out to be a dud and months later, Salman asked for a copy of the agreement from Galani and said he wanted certain changes in it, to suit his own interest. When Galani refused, he approached CINTAA (Cine and TV Artistes Association) but it ruled in favor of the producer.
The actor also approached Federation of Western India Cine Association (FWICE), which unilaterally issued a motion of non-cooperation against Galani. The case has been in proceedings for very long and now the producer has filed defamation claiming Salman’s attitude has caused a dent on his reputation as a producer