Campaign India Team
Mar 06, 2009

Priya Bhave's departure not linked to clean up

Sections of the media had reported earlier today that Priya Bhave (pictured), who was a consultant on Indian Idol Season four, had quit as a result of the current churn at Sony. Speaking to Campaign India, Bhave categorically denied that her moving on was a result of the current restructuring taking place in the company.

 Priya Bhave's departure not linked to clean up

Sections of the media had reported earlier today that Priya Bhave (pictured), who was a consultant on Indian Idol Season four, had quit as a result of the current churn at Sony. Speaking to Campaign India, Bhave categorically denied that her moving on was a result of the current restructuring taking place in the company.

“My contract with Sony clearly states that I was a consultant only for the fourth season of Indian Idol. I had communicated this fact to Sony, about four weeks back, as the show came to an end and informed them that I would be moving on. I was disturbed to see there being a link being made between what was happening at Sony and my moving on,” she added.

Bhave was earlier working as an employee with Sony Entertainment for a period of about nine years before she left the company, returning to work as a consultant for Indian Idol, a show that she has been closely involved with from the beginning.

Read the earlier story on Man Jit Singh's clean up at Sony.

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Campaign India
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