Producers council, AMMA and FEFKA impose unofficial ban on Sreenath Bhasi and Shane Nigam
Things are getting bad to worse for Sreenath Bhasi and Shane Nigam as film governing bodies in Kerala have decided to unofficially ban them. In a press meet held in Kochi, the Producers Association, FEFKA and AMMA officials announced that they will be distancing from the two actors following complaints from several corners. The film bodies officials also accused that drug usage was prevalent among many actors and technicians from the younger generation. An official complaint with the complete list of those who have allegedly been using drugs will soon be submitted before the government, said M Renjith of Producers Association.
While Sreenath Bhasi has been accused of being irresponsible in handling his dates and being unpunctual on sets, Shane Nigam has allegedly been involving in the editing of his films. Reportedly, Shane made an issue in the sets of RDX as he thought that his role had less importance as compared to the other two lead actors, Antony Varghese and Neeraj Madhav. He wanted to see the footage that has so far been edited, which the director and producer didn’t approve of. FEFKA producer B Unnikrishnan had to intervene to solve the issue. It is learn that the film’s producer Sophia Paul of Weekend Blockbusters approached the Producers Association with a formal complaint.