The Malayalam movie, "Love in Angengo," has been in news ever since actor Dulquer Salmaan announced his association with veteran actor-director Pratap Pothen and "Bangalore Days" director Anjali Menon. However, the latest we hear is that the movie, which had created much hype for the association of the trio, has been shelved.
Pratap confirmed his decision to drop the film while replying to a Facebook user who commented that he is waiting for the upcoming movie, "Love in Anjengo." The "Meendum Oru Kaathal Kathai" director says that he walked out of the movie, which was announced to be his home production banner Supriya's golden jubilee film, as he didn't like the script.
"Ty for your kind words ...i am not doing anjengo .....,because i didnt like the script .....and iw alked out .......i will direct only if am going to enjoy the process and no because some genius has written crap [sic]," Pratap replied on Facebook.
Here is what Pratap told one of his followers on Facebook:
A source close to Dulquer had also confirmed to International Business Times, India that the actor had dropped the project after the director opted out. However, Pratap had earlier shared the first-look poster of the movie as well as various photos from Anjengo in Thiruvananthapuram. Cinematographer Rajeev Menon was expected to crank the camera for the film, which was also said to feature a cameo appearance of Madhavan.