Controversy rocked Malayalam actor Fahadh Faasil’s life after studies emerged that theatre organisations in Kerala have been planning to ban him for releasing his movie ‘Joji’ and ‘C You Soon’ on to internet streaming platforms first and foregoing the normal theatrical launch.
Faasil is driving excessive after the success of his current macabre household drama ‘Joji’, which premiered on Amazon Prime first.
However movie exhibitors have denied the cost that they’re attempting to arm-twist Faasil to launch his movies in cinemas first or that the actor was going to be penalised for releasing his movies on internet streaming platforms first.
An announcement launched by the Movie Exhibitors United Organisation of Kerala (FEUOK), on The Information Minute, denies such allegations.
“We have seen reports on news channels about FEUOK banning films of Fahadh Faasil in theatres. This is quite baseless. The organisation has no issues with Fahadh Faasil or the films he has acted in. The organisation maintains good relations with everyone,” said the discharge on The Information Minute.
A number of studies additionally claimed that actor and former FEUOK president Dileep, who stands accused within the actor assault case, had additionally spoken to Faasil to persuade him to launch his movie in theatres first. However such studies are false, they clarified.
Faasil, who famously labored on director Mahesh Narayan’s experimental thriller ‘C You Soon’ that launched on Amazon Prime, has loved a very good run along with his releases. Within the final two weeks, his two new movies ‘Irul’ launched on Netflix and ‘Joji’ on Amazon Prime.
‘Joji’, directed by Dileesh Pothan, is impressed by Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’ and sees Faasil in a grim household drama.
In keeping with studies, Faasil’s subsequent movie ‘Malik’ will launch throughout Eid in Might. Faasil is one in all Malayalam trade’s most versatile and proficient stars and has acted in compelling movies together with ‘Trance’ and ‘Kumbalangi Nights’.
Different actors together with Mohanlal have additionally chosen to launch their movies corresponding to ‘Drishyam 2’ on an OTT platform first.