Video: The filmmaker Anil Radhakrishnan Menon refuses to share the stage with Bineesh Bastin, who is winning hearts with his emotional speech.
These days Mollywood He has been in the headlines more for his controversies than for his films. Recently Bineesh Bastin and the award-winning national filmmaker Anil Radhakrishnan were invited to a function at the Government School of Medicine in Palakkad. The duo arrived at the place and Anil Radhakrishnan Menon allegedly refused to share the stage with Bineesh Bastin, as the latter was apparently not an A-list star. Reportedly, efforts were made to ensure that Bineesh took stage only after Menon left.
However, upset by the incident, Bineesh took the stage regardless of the objection of the university authorities. In a video that circulates on the Internet, the university authorities are seen threatening the actor not to enter the stage, otherwise they will have to call the police. Despite the objection, Bineesh walked to the stage and sat on the floor. Menon, who was making his speech, was equally surprised and surprised. Also, when the organizers asked the actor to take a seat, Bineesh denied it. After this, the filmmaker left the stage while Bineesh stood up to address the students with an emotional speech. Near tears, Bineesh said this was the most insulting and unfortunate incident of his life. The actor revealed that he was invited by the president of the university, but then he was asked not to enter the stage when the filmmaker Anil Radhakrishnan was present. Shattered by the incident, Bineesh said he is not a Menon (upper caste) and not even a winner of the National Prize, and that he could also be a third-grade actor according to the filmmaker, but this was really insulting. The actor said he is a simple human being who has bet daily before entering the movies. Bineesh also added that he has approached Anil Radhakrishnan to appear in his films, but did not get a share.
Bineesh has been in the industry for more than a decade, playing uncredited roles and the actor rose to fame with his performance in the film Tamil 'Theri', protagonist of Vijay. After this incident, Bineesh also recited a poem he had written and, in fact, is causing a sensation on social networks.
Anil Radhakrishnan had marked his directorial debut with the 2013 release 'North 24 Kaatham', for which he won the National Film Award. 'Sapthamashree Thaskaraha', 'Lord Livingstone 7000 Kandi', 'Diwanjimoola Grand Prix', etc. They are his other projects.