Actress and movie producer Elorm Aba has said that she agrees with her colleague actress Lydia Forson that nobody should pay to be auditioned for a movie role.
The “Agartha’ fame actress made this disclosure during an interview on the Active Edutainment show hosted by Ruby King Sedi last Friday night on Active Tv.
Asked what her opinion was on a retweet by Lydia Forson describing as a scam the act of paying to be auditioned for a movie role in Ghana, Elorm Aba said that she agreed with Lydia Forson that nobody should pay for a movie audition. The only thing she agreed that people should pay is the audition forms but even with that, it should be reasonable.
Speaking on whether there are movie roles she wouldn’t take up, Elorm revealed that she would not pick up a role that involved her exposing some portions of her private parts and ones that involved deep sexual scenes backing it with the fact that she has rejected about three of such scenes already.
She also added that she had no friends in the movie industry but rather, she has colleagues. Explaining this, the actress said that a friend is a person she can share her deep thoughts and feelings with as well as share her problems with for advice however, she’s yet to find someone like that in the industry and so will like to call them colleagues.
Source: Heizel Joshua | myactiveonline.com