Amid clothier Tarun Tahiliani accusing the makers of the lately launched internet present Made In Heaven 2 for utilizing his designs with out crediting him, actor Siddhant Karnick, who starred within the stated episode alongside actor Mrunal Thakur, has defended the makers stating that “hurting the designer or not respecting his work was by no means the intention.”
He tells us, “I can’t actually touch upon the dialog between them (makers and designers), however I can inform you that once we have been taking pictures, each Mrunal and I as actors, and everybody on the set, was very a lot conscious that these are Tarun Tahiliani’s designs. There was no intention of taking that credit score away from him.”
In actual fact, the actor provides that he was so enamoured with the outfits he wore through the shoot that he even thanked the designer on Instagram. “It’s so humorous that simply earlier than this controversy got here out the place Tarun slammed the present and makers, I had put up a put up thanking and complimenting his creations and work,” says Karnick.
Requested if all this chaos may have been averted with only a point out or credit score of the particular designer on the present and the actor agrees.
“Completely! I believe any artiste who contributes something [in a show], ought to be given credit score for it. That’s the definition of collaboration, proper? However like I stated, am additionally conscious your entire manufacturing has been very respectful to each single one that collaborated with the present. So I don’t know the way this has occurred. Other than that I don’t know what to say as a result of truthfully, that’s not my place to remark,” he explains his stance.
Karnick additionally feels that it’s the aesthetic of the present that appeals to a lot of the viewers. “Lots of people watched Made in Heaven due to the designer creations. That’s the present’s model worth. We have a look at how each character is dressed up. So, I perceive what each factor, each designer, each single particular person related to the present, contributed to its success,” he ends.