Goa Waste Management Minister Michael Lobo on Wednesday said that Dharma Productions will get a notice for a fine from the Goa Waste Management office after reports claimed the production crew has allegedly littered a Goan beach village last week during their shoot. Speaking to ANI, Lobo said, “Dharma Productions will get a notice for a fine from the Goa Waste Management office. Goa is a beautiful state and people come here for shooting films. Everyone is welcome to come and shoot but take your trash away and don`t leave it here.” They have still not apologized yet,” he added. “Whatever fine they have to pay, directions will be issued by our office. Minimum or maximum fine we will put,” he said.”In some media, it got published that in the village where we were shooting we left garbage. This is not correct, someone wants to defame us. Our priority is to keep the place of shooting clean,” Goa-based line producer Dilip Borkar, who had been hired by the Karan Johar production firm told ANI.