The Tamil Film Producers Council (TFPC) has issued a Red Card for popular comedian Vadivelu. This is in connection with the controversy erupted over Vadivelu's ongoing film 'Himsinche 24va Pulikesi' movie where the film's producers have moved the Tamil Film Producers Council against Vadivelu for walking out of the film in the middle.
Going into details, the makers are making a sequel to Vadivelu's erstwhile film '23va Raju Pulikesi'. After shooting for a while, Vadivelu walked out of the project due to the differences. Apparently, Vadivelu hadn't cooperated for the shoot right from the inception and allegedly created a lot of difficulties to the producers.
Interim, even the TFPC had intervened and convinced both the parties then. However, later, Vadivelu had walked out abruptly. With this, the film's makers have incurred a loss of Rs 9 Crore. The TFCC had asked Vadivelu to pay the loss.
As Vadivelu is not willing to pay the loss of Rs 9 Crore, the TFPC has issued the Red Card. As per it, no producers should approach Vadivelu. The council has given strict orders to the producers to not approach the popular comedian.
Meanwhile, Vadivelu has also lodged a complaint against director Shankar who is producing the film. He complained that Shankar is trying to tarnish his image and defaming him.