Castro’s Manager, DJ Amess is challenging the producer of “Castro Amanehunu”, a local movie telling the story of the sudden disappearance of the ace hip-life musician to release the movie.
The hip-life musician together with a lady friend went missing at the Ada estuary during jet skiing.
Even though posters of the movie are all over the place, the purported producer of the movie, Douglas Odame has denied the fact that such a movie has been shot, but he was quick to say the musician is not the only person by name Castro.
Douglas Odame further rubbished claims that the movie may play on the sensitivity of Ghanaians and Castro’s family, saying Castro’s photo doesn’t appear anywhere on the poster.
Speaking in an interview with Montie FM’s Eric Boateng on the Sunday Gospel Rock Show, Castro’s producer, DJ Amess, warned he will evoke curses on the producer of the movie if he (the producer) goes ahead to release the movie unto the market.
“Castro is not the first to have suffered this kind of fate. But my problem is when you try to capitalize on the incident to shoot movies and make money for your selfish interest. As for the producer of the movie God will judge him…but for the sake of God, I would have evoked curses on him,” he lamented.
He said it is time the citizenry moved away from pronouncing people dead before their time is due, citing rumors purporting the death of prominent people in the country which ended up as falsehoods.
DJ Amess is entreating all and sundry to support the family of Castro and Janet Bandu in this trying time and pray for the two to be found dead or alive.
Meanwhile, the Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) have advised the producer of the movie to withdraw the yet to be released movie warning that failure to adhere to the directive will cause the total withdrawal of his certificate as a movie producer.