"They Thrown Me Out From The Film", Says "Aadai" Actress Amala Paul

Vaishnavi Gavankar |Jun 28, 2019

"The producer never bothered to call me before making this big decision and hastily decided to throw me out from the ongoing film", says the actress.

The upcoming south Indian film Aadai actress Amala Paul lashes out at the Vijay Sethupathi’s next film, tentatively titled VSP33, for removing her from the ongoing shoot that, she is not a "production friendly" actress.

The actress took to social media about the incident and said using a hashtag "#TheTruth to address". She said, "I am writing out of my great disappointment, as I have been thrown out of an ongoing movie,” the statement read. It is speculated that the producers have roped in actress Megha Akash as her replacement in the film "VSP33".

Amala Paul's upcoming film Aadai teaser launched globally and the actress who received critically acclaimed response from the industry. countered the production house’s claims that she was not production-friendly, stating, “This accusation has never been laid upon me during my decade-long career by any of my colleagues.”

The actress also went to add that, when she was in Mumbai, purchasing clothes and working on the styling for VSP33 bearing the cost and accommodation by herself. The producer of the film Mr. Rathenavlu Kumar sent her message stating that he does not want Amala in the film, as her demands and terms don't suit Chandra art's project.

Amala Paul also revealed that the producer never bothered to call me before making this big decision and hastily decided to throw her out from the ongoing film.

Amala goes on to add that this “brouhaha” does not make sense to her, and claims that the decision could have come in the backdrop of the release of her ‘Aadai’ teaser. “It’s just a patriarchal, egoistic, traditional mindset of Chandaraa Arts Production that this is happening right after the release of Aadai teaser and my image is being sabotaged with multiple baseless rumors that are mischievously being floated around in the industry. Tamil Nadu state deserves good cinema and that will only happen when this large set of traditional, patriarchal production houses change their mindset,” she says.

The actor expressed her disappointment, and referring to the production house as “pseudo cinema punters”, accusing them of writing off an “actor’s emotional investment” as though it means nothing. “Don’t even get me started on the physical and financial efforts that are put in by an actor right from the word go,” Amala Paul adds.

Vijaysethupathi Amalapaul
Actor Vijay Sethupati and Amala Paul

However, Amala Paul excluded the actor Vijay Sethupathi from her scathing criticism in a postscript to the statement.

“No harm is intended to you Vijay Sethupathi. I am a huge fan and I was excitedly looking forward to being working with you. This is a statement written out of my grave disappointment and to address the rumors that are being spread around by Chandaraa Productions about my unprofessional conduct,” her statement concludes.


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