Mayank Madhur, who claims to be a political advisor for the BJP and to have worked on the film 'Tejas', plans to take legal action against the producers.
He alleges that he was promised a role and associate producer acknowledgment, neither of which were fulfilled.
Madhur states that he helped secure shooting permissions for a number of locations, a task which had gone unresolved for two years.
He suggests the director later minimized his promised role, reducing it to a 1-2 minute appearance.
In the film 'Tiku Weds Sheru', Madhur claims that he was assured credit as an associate producer.
However, his contribution was instead recognized under 'special thanks'.
Madhur is seeking legal advice to halt the release of 'Tejas' and is discussing the issuance of arrest warrants with multiple state authorities.