Transcript for Former Princess Di Lover Slams New Film
drama over the latest film about princess diana. The man at the center of the love story, is speaking out about the depiction of their relationship. And he is not happy about it. Abc's lama hasan has the story. You treat me like a princess. Reporter: Just days before it's released, diana's former lover, pakistani heart surgeon, dr. Hasnat khan, is breaking his silence. He tells the british tabloid newspaper, "the mail on sunday," it is inaccurate. Saying, quote, it is based on gossip and diana's friends. Talking about a relationship they didn't know much about. It is all based on hypotheses and gossip. It's not a documentary. His relationship was not filmed. I don't know how to contact. Like most people, I've got a mobile. We have to remember it's hollywood. Reporter: Even though khan hasn't seen the pic, he sees the photos. Diana named the dr. Mr. Wonderful. They had a two-year relationship. He is the man, many say was the love of her life. According to the "vanity fair" story on the princess, diana wanted to marry the doctor and secretly met his family in pakistan to discuss the possibilities. We see in prince william, in kate, he is in love with somebody that is from a normal family. Maybe hasnat khan was the chance for her to experience real life, real emotion. Reporter: But their relationship broke down weeks before her death, saying he couldn't handle the intense media scrutiny. Diana then started spending time with dodi al fayed in august 1997, that summer that led to her untimely death. While this morning, we reached out to the studio for comment. And they told us, quote, the studio does not have an official statement at this timt. The movie's world premiere will be held here in london on SEPTEMBER 5th. And then, it will be released in the u.S. In november.
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