The veteran fashion designer claims that his designs have been used in the show without giving him credit.
Made In Heaven season 2 posters (PC: Instagram/Tarun Tahiliani)
After a huge controversy with author Yashica Dutt, the Made In Heaven 2 creators have found themselves in another dispute with Tarun Tahiliani. The veteran fashion designer has recently accused the Prime Video show of a violation in a series of his Instagram stories.
The iconic Indian designer took to Instagram and shared a few images from the second episode of Made In Heaven 2 featuring Mrunal Thakur and others, claiming that his designs have been used without credits.
The first IG story features the official poster of the second episode featuring Mrunal and Siddhant Karnick, where the actress sports the bridal look. The caption on the image by Tahiliani claims that a significant portion of episode two showcases the dresses designed by Tarun Tahiliani studio but credit to their brand in nowhere to be found.
Meanwhile, the second image in the IG story sees Mrunal trying on her bridal attire, while a fictional character portraying as a dress designer.
In the third image of the IG story series, Tahiliani criticises the OTT show and mentions, "Let's hope that this scenario does not repeat itself with other designers who have graciously lent their work for OTT productions (sic)."
Meanwhile, on Thursday, answering the Yashica Dutt fiasco, creator-producer Zoya Akhtar shared a huge statement on her Instagram handle and rejected all claims done by the author.
Check out the full post here:
Made In Heaven seasons 1 and 2, which stars Sobhita Dhulipala, Arjun Mathur, Jim Sarbh, Kalki Koechlin, Shashank Arora and Shivani Raghuvanshi in pivotal roles, are available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.