The ban on actor Shane Nigam has been lifted following the intervention of Association of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA), the body of the Malayalam actors led by superstar Mohanlal.
According to the settlement reached between AMMA and Shane, the actor will cooperate with the shooting of the shelved movie, VEYIL from Thursday. After completing this project, Shane will move onto the set of Qurbaani, another ill-fated movie, by March 31 to revive its rest of the work.
Producers Association said that the ban on the actor has been lifted on the condition that he will compensate the producers of his two films for the delay that occurred. As part of the final settlement, Shane Nigam will have to shell out Rs.32 lakh to the producers of Veyil and Qurbaani.
The war between the producers and actor began in November 2019 after Shane posted a video on social media alleging that producer of Veyil had threatened him for donning a new hair style which was totally against the character in the movie. As a revenge to the threat, Shane cut his hair short which eventually derail the shooting of both Veyil and Qurbaani.