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Pooja and Prakash’s dispute should end with talks: Producers Association

The dispute should be resolved through conversation and conversation in accordance with democratic values and norms.
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BY N24 STAFF WRITER, KATHMANDU:- A few days ago, a joint statement issued by seven film-related organizations asking filmmakers not to participate in the television program ‘Rajatpat’ and ‘Glamor Guff’ hosted by journalist Prakash Subedi became controversial. Filmmakers have strongly protested against the decision of various organizations to boycott the program after journalist Subedi apologized.

The statement of seven organizations was also signed by Aakash Adhikari, chairman of the Film Producers Association. However, Rose Rana, general secretary of the organization, objected to the decision to boycott the event after journalist Subedi apologized. He also said that the signature signed by the chairperson on behalf of the producers’ association was not of the organization but of the individual.

He had earlier disagreed with some of the decisions made by Chairman Adhikari. After Rose objected to the statement signed by Aakash Adhikari saying that he would not participate in the program to be conducted by journalist Subedi, there is a discussion between the two. Meanwhile, the president and secretary general issued a statement on Tuesday denying the allegations.

It is mentioned in the press release that there is no contradiction within the working committee of the association on issues other than ideas and principles. The Producers’ Association has also made public its official opinion on the remarks made by seven organizations in the dispute between Prakash Subedi and Pooja Sharma. It is mentioned in the statement that the association is in favor of resolving the issue through talks and conversation.

A statement signed by the president and secretary general of the association said, “The dispute should be resolved through conversation and conversation in accordance with democratic values and norms.” The Producers Association has expressed confidence.

Published Date: Wednesday, August 19th, 2020 | 01:35 AM

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