Amala Paul shares in a Twitter Post How She Was Dropped from a Vijay Sethupati Film
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Amala Paul shares in a Twitter Post How She Was Dropped from a Vijay Sethupati Film

Amala Paul has shared on Twitter how she lost on a role in a film starring Vijay Sethupati

Recently we had shared news on how Radhika Apte lost out on a role in Vicky Donor, as she puts on weight. Now actress Amala Paul has shared on Twitter how she lost on a role in a film starring Vijay Sethupati. Amala Paul in a long Twitter post has shared how she was dropped unceremoniously by the makers of #VSP33.

In a long Twitter post Amala Paul has lashed out at the makers of the film #VSP33 for dropping her at the 11th hour without any prior intimation over her demand of an accommodating in Ooty. Amala has mentioned in her post how the makers felt she was not ‘ production friendly’. Amala, is clearly livid with the accusations levied on her by the production team for having unreasonable demands. She has cited the example of her film Bhaskar Our Rascal where she let go of her film’s salary as the producer of the film was unable to meet the financial requirements and she even lent money to him. The Muppuzhudum Un Karpanaigal actress stated how she is in Mumbai shopping for clothes and accessories to prepare for the role in the film as Chandraa productions doesn’t have enough funds for even her travel.

Amala, who is known to never mince her words has called out the production house for their patriarchal and egoistical mindset and for tarnishing her image. She has labelled the makers as pseudo-cinema punters and has chosen to stand up for her rights.  However, she has added in her post that she has nothing against Vijay Sethupathi and that she is a huge fan of his work and was looking forward to work with him. Here is the Aadai’s actress Twitter post. 

Famous Indian shuttler Jwala Gutta has reached out to Amala and congratulated her for taking a stand.

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