Kantana Boss “Tookta” refutes claims of not wanting to work with Pancake Khemanit
Inside sources claim that “Tookta Chitralada” announced she refuses to work with “Pancake Khemanit”, since the actress has a history of working hard at accepting events to the point she has no time to film her lakorns. When we see the Kantana boss, we asked her about this alleged news…
No, no that didn’t happen. One day, a worker of mine sent me a clip of the news; I was quite confused upon seeing the news. The allegations that claim that I don’t want to work with her, it’s definitely not true. It was just recently that I sent her scripts to look over. However. if she does come play for us, she will have to work, so we’ll have to talk about that. Right now we haven’t talked yet though. I trust that she understands what is what. I don’t think that she will do anything like that with us.
Does Pancake accepting events concern you?
I admit I am concerned. But I don’t think she’ll be a problem. She’s an adult now.
Has the producers community gotten together to discuss about Pancake?
No. That’s not related. We’re all separate. Let’s just conclude that if she were to act in one of our lakorns, we’ll have to discuss many matters beforehand.
In the past she went public on facebook to expose a dara (New Wongsakorn) for behaving irresponsibly, by missing work on the lakorn set to accept events. When asked about how things turned out since then, this is what the Kantana boss had in response…
God, what can I do to forbid them? Even though I went and talked (publicly) about it, there’s still some guilty of still behaving the same. All I can do is ask for compassion, beg them to please come film their lakorn because it’s currently on air.
Does begging help the situation?
No, still accepting events.
Will be refusing to work with them be the next measure taken?
I admit that it scares me. No one wants to work with someone who doesn’t work in return. But like I said, there are many factors. This is considered a problem that can’t be resolved.
Source: Rakdara | April 12, 2013