Simply days after quitting Ladies in Cinema Collective (WCC) organisation, Vidhu Vincent has now revealed the rationale behind it. The director took to her social media deal with made critical allegations in opposition to the members of the organisation. Within the lengthy put up, Vidhu alleged that the members have double requirements relating to working with folks concerned straight or not directly with the actress assault and abuse case of 2017.
At first of the put up, she defined how actress-director Revathy requested her to ship a mail relating to the previous’s film Stand Up bankrolled by B Unnikrishnan, following doubts raised by the members of the collective. Vidhu additionally added that she had given the script of Stand Up to actress Parvathy, who did not even attain out to her with a sure or no for the movie.
Alleging that guidelines are totally different for every artist in WCC, she stated although many members within the organisation take B Unnikrishnan’s assist for his or her respective issues, they raised eyebrows when he turned a producer for her movie. The Manhole director alleged that members who did not have an issue with Siddique working with Parvathy in Uyare, stood in opposition to her for working with Unnikrishnan. She talked about that a number of members give up the audio launch of her movie, which disillusioned her. With the Fb put up going viral, followers and followers of Vidhu Vincent have expressed solidarity along with her.
Earlier, saying her exit from the organisation, the director had shared a put up that she was quitting WCC resulting from private and political variations with the members.
For the uninitiated, WCC was shaped within the 12 months 2017 following the notorious actress assault case. The outfit goals on the welfare of girls within the Malayalam cinema.
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