Rumours surrounding actress Amala Paul's ban from appearing in advertisements have come to an end, at last.
The jewellery group Millenium Group has brought an end to the rumours by a press release, which claimed that the company is extremely satisfied with the commitment and professionalism of Amala Paul and they are now planning to extend their association with the actress to next year also.
Amal Paul who was overwhelmed by the Group'ss support and also posted the press release on her Facebook page.
"We attach immense pride in declaring that Mrs. Amala Paul is the brand ambassador for our esteemed brand. There were some mischievous rumousr being floated by certain vested interest that her contract with us was terminated. It is an absolute rumour. Mrs. Amala Paul has been a thorough professional. He image and good will has been of great value to us we are all set to renew the contracy for the forthcoming year too. We here with request the media houses to publish the same and clear the doubt in the air," said the press release of Millenium Gold.
Amala also thanked the company for clearing the rumours.
"Had some rumors going around but now all cleared... So sweet of the brand to come up and clarify to the media!,' wrote Amala
Earlier, there were rumours that Amala Paul was banned from appearing in advertisements by the Ernakulam Session Court. The owners of Kochi-based jewellery brand Millenium Gold had reportedly approached the court after Amala allgedly backed out of doing an advertisement of the jewellery brand.
As per the reports, Amala had received remuneration of 30 lakh for the advertisement but later skipped the advertisement shoot. The reports also claimed that the actress was not even ready to discuss this issue with the company and this apparently had miffed the owners of the company which forced them to approach the court.
Meanwhile, the latest press release has freed Amala Paul from all the controversies and the actress is awaiting two of her Malayalam releases "Mili" and "Lailaa O Lailaa."