Mandakini had accused him of cheating, was called an upcoming superstar in the 90s, today he is away from films, see Aditya Pancholi’s changed look

Many stars entered the film world in the 90s. But now there are only a few who have established their reputation in Bollywood. While many kept distance from the world of acting. One of them is actor Aditya Panchali, who made his Bollywood debut in 1986 with Sasti Dulhan Mahanga Dulha and in the 90s left an impression among the fans with his performance in films like Sailab, Yaad Rakhegi Duniya, Chor Aur Chand Aur Sathi. At the same time he was being called the next superstar. But discussion of controversy in his life was heard everywhere. In the 90s, Ram Teri Ganga Maili actress Mandakini had accused Aditya Pancholi of cheating.

According to IMdb, in 1990, Mandakini launched her home production banner “A.M.A. Productions” in partnership with her secretary Ajit Dewan and Aditya Pancholi. Each of them took the first letter of their name “A for Ajit, M for Mandakini and A for Aditya.”A.M.A. Productions” launched the famous film. Then Mandakini started having problems with Ajit regarding money. Due to this, Ajit and Aditya removed her from the film without informing her. They also completed the film without informing Mandakini. While Mandakini announced the shooting. Mandakini felt that Aditya had cheated her by not informing her.

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Aditya Pancholi worked in many films in the 90s, including films like Jung, Yes Boss, Aatish Feel the Fire, Sathi, Kab Tak Chup Rahungi, Muqabla and Always. While his name is associated with actresses like Ekta Soni, Pooja Bedi and Pooja Bhatt. Aditya Pancholi was last seen in the 2015 film Hero, in which his son Sooraj Pancholi was seen. Since then he is missing from the film world.

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