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The multifaceted, Vijay Sethupathi had started his shoot a few days ago for his 33rd movie which was tentatively titled as VSP33. Written and directed by debutant Venkata Krishna Roghanth (former assistant of director S P Jhananathan), the film is produced by Esakki Durai under the banner of Chandra Arts.

Amala Paul issues a statement for being thrown out of Vijay Sethupathi’s VSP33

The movie had earlier introduced Amala Paul as the female lead who would be actually seen sharing the screen space with the actor for the very first time. However, she was later replaced by another actress, Megha Akash due to Amala’s date clashes as revealed by the VSP33 team.

Taking to her Twitter, the actress had issued a shocking statement where she had said that she had not opted out of the film instead was thrown out of the ongoing movie since she was not “production-friendly” as stated by the production team.

She has said that she is in Mumbai now purchasing clothes and working on the styling for VSP33 bearing the cost of accommodation and travel all by herself as Chandaraa arts always mewls of budget issues. And all of a sudden, she received a message from producer Rathienavelu Kumar that her demands and terms does not suit Chandaraa arts project, so the team doesn’t want her in the film.

She further said that no calls were made to discuss, and she was hastily decided to be thrown out. She has also added that this has happened after the release of Aadai teaser, and it is because of patriarchal, egoistic mindset of Chandaraa arts this happened, and that her image is being sabotaged with multiple baseless rumours.

She has concluded that Tamil cinema will get good movies only when this large set of traditional, patriarchal production houses change their mindset. She further said that she has no intentions of harming Vijay Sethupathi and she is a huge fan and was excited to work with him and this statement was mainly to address the rumours spread by Chandaraa Productions about her unprofessional conduct.