Young Malayalam actor Bhagath Manuel, who made his acting debut in Vineeth Sreenivasan's "Malarvadi Arts Club" in 2010, claims that an upcoming Mollywood actor is playing games against him. 

In an interview to Cinema Mangalam, Bhagath had mentioned about the bad phase he went through after he was rejected from three films just a day before that went on floors, even though he was given the advance for acting in the films.  

After the interview was published, one of Bhagath's friends reportedly called him since he felt the controversial comments by the "Hangover" actor were aimed at him.

Bhagath was then reportedly informed by his friend that it was another person who is the 'main villain of the plot'. Later, Bhagath came to know about the anonymous person and was shocked that it was one of his 'best friend' and 'elder brother', who took away his offers.

When asked to reveal the name of the person, Bhagath said he will never disclose it. 

"I dont know why he has turned against me even though I have never been a barrier for him in the industry. I am currently working for the film 'Zoom' and I think that person tried to take away my lead role in this as well; however, the makers were strong about their decision to cast me in this project," Bhagath had told the magazine.

Bhagath also said that it was his mother and wife, who supported him during that stage.

Meanwhile, he will be next seen in director John Varghese's upcoming comedy film "Adi Kapyare Kootamani" and Jespal Shanmughan's "ATM".