Shane Nigam’s new makeover look has created a stir, not only on social media who are completely loving his new hairdo but with the makers of his upcoming film, Veyil who are definitely not impressed by his move. Well, just a while ago, the Malayalam actor Shane Nigam took to his Instagram account and shared a photo of his beardless and a Mohawk haircut with his fans that infuriated the makers of the film. However, the question is, did Shane Nigam’s new haircut was on purpose to spite the makers of the film. For the uninitiated, earlier, Nigam claimed he received death threats from producer Joby George of Goodwill Entertainments for slightly trimming his hair.
As the actor was required to maintain a certain density of hair and beard until he finished shooting for Veyil, he trimmed it for his next project, Qurbaani. After a disagreement between the makers and the actor, they took the issue to the Kerala Film Producers’ Association (KFPA) where both the parties reached an agreement stating that Shane can cut his hair after he completes the film. However, now it looks like he didn’t maintain it and violated the agreement, making the makers furious.
As he violated his agreement, the makers raised this matter to KFPA who is supposed to take stringent action against the actor. A senior producer was quoted by Times Now, saying, “The office-bearers of Kerala Film Producers Association (KFPA) will meet in Kochi on November 28. It will discuss the violation of the agreement by Shane. The KFPA cannot take the issue lightly and will think of taking stringent action, including imposing a ban on the actor.”
In the discussed photo, Shane is seen beardless and most of the hair is been chopped off which appears to be like Mohawk. However, now that matter has gone to KFPA, we wonder what would be the end result of this scenario.
Image source: Instagram/ actor.shanenigam
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