In the most bizarre clause in recent times, Niddhi Agerwal, who makes her debut with Tiger Shroff in Munna Michael, has been asked to sign a no-dating clause until the film wraps up, and that extends beyond the limits of the sets.
And the worst part is, Niddhi is OKAY with it!
'I had to read it (the contract) twice over to believe it, but I don't really have a problem. I understand that the intention is that they want 100 per cent dedication from me. Not like I have a life beyond work in any case. My understanding of it is that the makers have included the clause because dating a co-star has become an easy publicity exercise for production houses. It takes the focus away from the film. Now, I can put my phone away and practice for four hours without worrying about who's calling me. It is a matter of five-six months and I am okay with it.'