The couple added that anyone doing anything such without their consent will face legal action.
Manoj Sisodia, counsel for Talwars said the couple were "upset" with media reports on the issue and will not "allow any Hollywood and Bollywood film director to make films on Aarushi case."
"We have got to know through media reports that some international and national film directors and writers are interested in making a film and writing a book on the Aarushi case.
"Rajesh and Nupur are very upset that some persons wanted to make money by producing a flick and writing a book on the murder of their daughter whom they loved so much," said Sisodia.
There were several reports that many Indian and foreign directors are interested to make film on the controversial case.
On Friday, Hollywood film director Clip F Runyard had sought permission to meet the Talwars to seek their consent to make a film and write a book on Aarushi.
However, he had not been allowed to meet Talwars by the jail authorities.
Apparently, the filmmaker had offered Rs. five crore royalty to the couple.