Poonam Pandey feels that she has been given a raw deal. While her debut film "Nasha" is doing well in single theatres, the model-turned-actress says the film has deliberately been kept out of multiplexes.
"It is sad that our film is not playing in any multiplex in Mumbai. The director Amit Saxena had packaged the film for multiplex audiences! We are a victim of the politics of other big production houses," she said.
"We haven't got theatres in multiplexes. Still our film was housefull wherever it was released, although we got fewer shows than expected. Our film got the best opening among all the releases last week," added the actress.
A source from one of the leading multiplex chains in Mumbai let the cat out of the bag admitting that "Nasha" was boycotted.
"There were too many releases this week. And 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag' is still doing well. We just didn't have any slots for 'Nasha'," said the source.