Alexander Nosik left the project in the early 2000s. The artist explains his departure by the low quality of the material. The lead actor had to make changes to the script on his own so that the characters did not look flat.

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“Recently met with one of the authors, he: “I actually wrote for you.” And here I was running around the site and shouting: “Give me this author! I’ll tear it up!” This is not a manifestation of star disease. You just come to the site, open the script and think: “Fucking louse, they even remember what they wrote in the previous scene,” the actor was indignant.

The nose disappeared from the radar after leaving the series

The nose disappeared from the radar after leaving the series

However, Alexander was concerned not only with the creative part of the work. The star demanded that his fee be increased.

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“When a conversation started about the third Mukhtar, I honestly said, either pay me a lot of money – because everyone who has already rented an apartment in Moscow has bought it – either we make good material, or give me several roles in a different format. Because, when I came to the tests, I heard: “Don’t call Mukhtar, we won’t even try.” I was stuck on my teeth, as a character, and I could no longer be filmed. Therefore, when he asked for a lot of money, he explained that no one would shoot for five years. I was told “no” on all counts, ”the star recalled.

As a result, Nosik was left not only without a role in the detective series, but also without big work in the cinema. “They stopped filming me at all. Generally. I was sometimes unknowingly called in for tests, and then they said “goodbye.” Lists. Do they exist or not? Apparently, there is,” said 50-year-old Alexander in an interview with “Open, David!”

Photo: Legion-Media, frame from the series

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