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In a singular instance, a Malayalam chronicle of Solo found itself removing a new consummate after a release, as it faced measureless recoil from a audience. Talking to exclusively to a indianexpress.com during a Mumbai Film Festival, Dulquer Salmaan, Solo’s lead actor corroborated executive Bejoy and pronounced that while unfortunate, a conditions is not new.
“It is really astray and sad, that is because we felt we had to pronounce out. This is not something that is unheard of. In Malayalam, this has happened before. It is not like my film is a initial plan to have seen something like this. But what do we do?” he said.
Dulquer Salmaan, who is a partial of a jury for a Dimensions territory of MAMI that consists of brief films by immature filmmakers, serve added, “You have to mount by your films. You have to mount by what we trust in and we have always stood by my films.”
Expressing his helplessness about a situation, Dulquer said, “It is like holding divided creativity from an artiste. But what can we do? we can usually demonstrate my unhappiness about it. we don’t have any control over it.”
The actor had progressing penned a extensive note about a decision.
Bejoy Nambiar’s Solo expelled on Oct 5. The film is a regretful anthology of 4 stories featuring Dulquer Salmaan, Shruthi Hariharan, Arthi Venkatesh, Sai Dhanshikaa and Neha Sharma. The consummate of a film faced impassioned disastrous critique and it was altered after but executive Bejoy’s agree or knowledge.