Malayalam actor Prithivaj Sukumaran is not just known for his works in the industry but he has been hailed by Mollywood lovers for his strong stance at the recent Association Of Malayalam Movie Artists (AMMA) meeting. While many expected such strong stand from veteran actors Mohanlal and Mammootty, it was Prithviraj who took everyone by surprise. At the AMMA meeting which was recently, when Prithviraj supported the Malayalam actress, there were discussions stating that there should be a change in leadership of AMMA and more importance should be given to younger generation. However the actor has denied all the reports saying he never demanded for leadership change.Also Read - Malayalam Lyricist Anil Panachooran Dies of COVID-19, Industry Pays Tribute

In an interview with Manorama News popular Malayalam actor Prithviraj Sukumaran said, “I don’t believe there is any need for a change of leadership in AMMA. There might require a in AMMA’s stance according to the changes in society but that doesn’t mean the key post holders should be replaced.” The AMMA organisation had faced the heat from some industry members and the commoners when it openly supported Dileep who is suspected to be involved in the Malayalam actress’ abduction and molestation case. Also Read - Malayalam Actor Prithviraj Sukumaran Tests Positive for COVID-19 This Time, Urges Contacts to Isolate or Get Tested

After Dileep’s arrest, it was reported that the Association Of Malayalam Movie Artists is ready to bring some certain changes. It was Mammootty who confirmed that Dileep has been expelled from the organisation and they are supporting the victim. The veteran actor said, “Dileep has been removed from the primary membership of AMMA in view of his arrest. We will never favour a particular section of people in AMMA. The organization is for all. We are always with our sister. We have extended our support to her from the very beginning itself. We will stand by the victim.” Also Read - Prithviraj Sukumaran Pays Tribute to Sachy With a Moving Post, Writes 'I'd Trade All Those Dreams to Have You Around'