Days after RX100 director Ajay Bhupathi alerted about fake impostors luring gullible people in his name now top production house Geetha Arts has followed the suit. Geetha Arts owned by Allu Aravind raised alert on social media about the fake casting calls, casting agents and third parties who are cheating young aspirants in the name of their company. The production house issued caution to the aspirants to be aware and not get duped.
The statement read, “We at GEETHA ARTS or any of our group of companies or any of our directors or any or our producers doesn’t have any CASTING agents working for us as of now, never announced any casting call through SOCIAL MEDIA to date and we have a clear procedure laid down for the selection of star cast which we adhere to in principle. Any agents or third parties claiming to do so are false. For any queries on this please email to us: email@example.com.”
Meanwhile, Geetha Arts has recently forayed into OTT platform by launching their digital stream, Aha in association with the My Home Group. The digital platform has produced reasonably good web series and the recent films – ‘Bhanumathi and Ramakrishna’ and ‘Krishna and His Leela’ were out on their platform.