Fahadh Faasil, the young super-talented actor of M'town is always different when it comes to the choices he make in his life. Fahadh has always been a role model for his contemporaries, with the commitment he shows towards his films.
As per the latest reports, Fahadh Faasil returned the advance amount of his 5 upcoming movies to the respective producers, before he backed out from the projects. Ironically, producer Aroma Mani recently lodged a complaint against Fahadh, for backing out from his movie.
Aroma Mani also alleged that Fahadh backed out without returning the advance amount. But, the recent reports suggest that Fahadh Faasil, who is planning to reduce the number of movies and to be choosy about the roles he pick; was very particular about returning the money.
Mariyam Mukku and Haram, Fahadh Faasil's last two releases, were huge box office disasters. The actor-unlike his contemporaries who easily gets disconnected with the projects they do, has never shied away from taking the responsibility of his box office flops.
Fahadh, in a recent interview, had stated that his flop movies were substandard. The actor's commitment towards the movies he commit is doubtlessly commendable. 2014 was a bad year for Fahadh, who tasted failure with his projects One By Two and Money Ratnam.
His only success of 2014 was Bangalore Days, which also had Dulquer Salmaan and Nivin Pauly in the male leads. Fahadh's debut production venture, Iyobinte Pusthakam earned positive reviews; but ended up as an average grosser at box office.