Amala Paul is not happy in spite of her marriage with director Vijay on the cards. The reason is that Telugu film team of Vastah Ne Venaka has accussed her of being unprofessional and has blamed her for not keep her promise of starting their project. But the actress has denied it and has given an explanation on the controversy.
'This production house had approached me earlier in the year for my dates and sounded very optimistic on commencing the shoot from March, the testimonial evidence to this was the agreement which was mutually signed. I had allotted 45 days from my schedule spanning up to three months from march to May.
Amala Paul continues, "As the shooting days neared, we called up from our side to know the exact schedule. The response was evasive and we were not able to plan. But again considering the normal working procedure of the industry, I tried my best to accommodate them into my scheme of work. "
"The response to this gesture of mine was again dodgy. It is a basic procedure to collect the passport of any artiste and her staff much in time to clear the visa procedures. In this case, the passports of my assistants were not collected at all," Amala Paul says.
Amala Paul questions, "Why would I, if the shooting is scheduled to start on march and conclude by May considering the fact that my wedding is only in June."
She adds, "Concealing their inability to shoot in the prescribed time, they shift the entire focus on my wedding and accuse me saying that I had not declared my wedding plans to them. Any body and everybody can understand my position here and also their baseless allegations."
Amala Hopes Better Sense Prevails
Amala Paul says, "I hope better sense prevail upon them that wedding of any individual is a life time event and any sort of mud-slinging done on this factor covering up their in adequacy is very painful."
I Had Been An Absolute Professional:Amala
"I had been an absolute professional in my career and I would always prefer to be the same .This clarification is for the noble hearts who knew my professionalism." Amala Paul concludes.