Nikita, who became a hot topic for debate after she was banned by the Kannada Film Producers' Association (KFPA), can now breathe a sigh of relief. The ban on the actress has been lifted by the association after getting criticism from every nook and corner.
The KFPA took a U-turn today and lifted the three-year ban imposed by them, who earlier claimed that she was the reason behind the trouble in Darshan's personal life. In its statement, the association said that they realised that it is an unfair decision taken by them to ban Nikita for three years. Hence, they are lifting it.
The association announced a 3-year-ban against Nikitha on Sunday after Darshan's wife named the actress as the reason behind their rift. It also said that they want actors to be professional and concentrate only on their jobs.
Their decision on moral grounds created a controversy and many celebrities across India raised their voices against the biased decision. Actors including Shivaraj Kumar, Raghavendra Rajkumar, Ramesh Aravind and many other noted names of the Kannada film industry criticised the decision of KFPA.
However, Nikita, who is admitted in a hospital due to low blood pressure, has expressed her happiness and thanked all, who stood behind her during her tough times.