A sudden ban on actor Shane Nigam was announced on Thursday by the Kerala Film Producers & # 39; Association (KFPA) after a dispute between him and the producers.
Malaysian actor Shane Nigam, who made his debut as a leading actor in 2016 with the film Kismath, got into a series of controversies with filmmakers. The 23-year-old quickly became famous for his acting skills and the kind of projects that got in his way.
The Kerala Film Producers & # 39; Association (KFPA) announced a sudden ban on Thursday, and three of its upcoming films – Veyil, Qurbani and Ullasam – were stopped overnight. The ban came after a dispute between Shane and producers. The actor was also asked to pay an amount of 7 rupees as compensation for the alleged losses of the producers.
A day after his mother came to his defense in this matter, cameraman director Rajeev Ravi weighed the matter and said that it had to be solved in a sophisticated way.
"You should think about his age. He's only 22 years old and such a talented actor. You can't just put an end to such a career. But I'm also worried about the directors who would have spent so much time creating . " What they have done. Her work was suddenly stopped. The problem should be discussed and solved among all of them, "Rajeev was quoted by The News Minute.
It is Rajeev who brought Shane closer to acting as a teenager through Annayum Rasoolum. It featured her two debuts – Rajeev as a filmmaker and Shane as an actor.
Read: Shane Nigam's mother Sunila speaks about controversy surrounding the professionalism of the actor
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