The Tamil Film Producers Council in Chennai has issued red cards to four prominent actors in the industry: Dhanush, Simbu, Vishal, and Atharva.
This decision was made by the executive body of council members recently and has sent shockwaves throughout the Tamil film fraternity. The move comes in response to various issues and complaints against these actors.
The red card essentially means that these actors are temporarily barred from collaborating with any Kollywood producers until further notice. This development has garnered significant attention on social media, and the actors must resolve their disputes with the producers before taking on new film projects.
One of the complaints involves Simbu, who allegedly breached his commitment to work for 60 days on a film but only worked for 27 days. This complaint was filed by film producer Michael Rayappan, known for producing the blockbuster hit “Anbanavan Adangadhavan Asaradhavan.”
Hero Vishal, the former president of the council, faces allegations related to the mishandling of the association’s funds during his tenure. Atharva is implicated in the Mathiazkazan issue.
The TFPC (Tamil Film Producers’ Council) issued warnings to several actors, including Simbu, Vishal, SJ Surya, Atharva, and Yogi Babu, all of whom are prominent figures in the Tamil film industry.
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