After two successive land verdicts cancelling the allotment of land to directorSubhash Ghais Whistling Woods International film academy, Subhash Ghai is cynical. "Ifeel cheated by the Government of Maharashtra when we are told, after ten years of setting upWhistling Woods International at a cost of Rs.75 crore, that our joint venture agreement since theyear 2000 is not valid," a resentful Ghai said in a statement here. "What is our fault? They gavethe agreement to us signed by the then MD, cultural secretary and minister of culture to havea partnership in Whistling Woods Ltd with share equity and we invested Rs.20 crore to beginwith," Ghai said. The Supreme Court dismissed an appeal by Mukta Arts Ltd. challenging theBombay High Court two days ago. Eminent directors like Shekhar Kapoor and Shyam Benegalsupport Ghai.