Versatile actor Prakash Raj also tests his directorial skills now and then. He directed the films Dhoni and Ulavacharu Biryani and Mana Voori Ramayanam. Ulavacharu Biryani is one sweet film that failed at the box office. The film released in all the South Indian languages except Malayalam. Later, Prakash took the film to Hindi.
He made his directorial debut in Bollywood with the subject and roped in Nana Patekar, Shriya, and Taapsee in the lead roles. Zee Studios in association with Prakash’s relative Jitesh came forward to produce the film by acquiring 60 and 40 percent of the film’s stakes.
Prakash Raj is now claiming for a separate share from the film and demanding the same, he put the film’s release on hold. The film is yet to see the light and to move things faster, Zee has approached the court and filed a petition in the court now. The High Court of Maharashtra gave certain time to Prakash Raj to respond to the issue.