"Tell The World, I Love You" Director Apologizes to Actors Affected by "COVID-19"

 'Tell The World I Love You' Director Apologizes to Actors Affected by 'COVID-19'

On Thursday (27/01), the film "Tell The World, I Love You" starring 'Perth Tanaphon' and 'Bass Suradet," was released. The films that are shown in theaters may not be able to make a lot of money due to the increasingly soaring Covid-19 situation.

 'Tell The World I Love You' Director Apologizes to Actors Affected by 'COVID-19'

On Friday (04/02), 'Poj Arnon,' the director, posted a photo of 'Perth Tanaphon' on his Instagram account, with the caption apologizing for not being able to make 'Perth' an actor 100 million. Furthermore, 'Poj Arnon' recognizes 'Perth's' acting abilities and believes that his career will not end here.

Then, 'Perth Tanaphon' commented, thanking you for creating such a perfect character, and admitting that he was happy to be working together and gaining a lot of experience.

 'Tell The World I Love You' Director Apologizes to Actors Affected by 'COVID-19'

Furthermore, on Saturday (05/02), 'Poj Arnon' shared a photo of 'Bass Suradet' with the caption, "Many people did not like 'Bass' playing his role because it was deemed inappropriate." 'Poj Arnon' also apologized and waited for 'Bass' to be busy.

Thank you very much, 'Bass,' for this wonderful opportunity. He believes that everyone on the big screen has their own character.

Fans also left comments to show their support.
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