October 12, 2020 8:14:07 pm
Actor Parvathy Thiruvothu on Monday introduced her resignation from Affiliation of Malayalam Film Artists (AMMA) citing remarks made by the movie physique’s common secretary Edavela Babu a couple of fellow feminine actor.
In an interview with an area information channel, when Babu was requested whether or not Bhavana would have a task within the second a part of the movie Twenty:20 being produced by AMMA, he replied, “Bhavana at the moment shouldn’t be part of AMMA. That’s all I can say. She did an excellent function within the first half. However we can not deliver again the lifeless. We are able to embody actors who’re a part of AMMA.”
Edavela Babu later claimed he was referring to Bhavana’s character in Twenty:20 who had ‘died’ despite the fact that the film doesn’t make it clear whether or not she died.
Parvathy in a Facebook put up wrote, “In 2018, when my associates resigned from AMMA, I stayed again considering at the least just a few ought to proceed to work inside a damaged system and assist restore it. However after watching AMMA Common Secretary communicate to Reporter TV’s Nikesh Kumar, I’ve deserted all hope that something will ever change inside this affiliation. His completely disgusting and mortifying comment evaluating a lady member who had been badly let down by this organisation and consequently left it, to a lifeless individual is past correction.”
“Mr. Babu might consider he simply used a metaphor, however it reveals his nauseating perspective and I pity him. I’m positive that when the media begins discussing this comment, lots of his friends will assist him. I’m sure about this due to the best way they’ve at all times handled points pertaining to ladies.”
Parvathy, a two-time recipient of Kerala State Movie Award for Finest Actress, additionally demanded Edavela Babu’s resignation and urged different members of AMMA to hunt the identical.
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