YCP Leader Botsa Satyanarayana Exclusive Interview | Face To Face

Posted : April 15, 2018 at 7:12 pm IST by ManaTeluguMovies

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Sri Reddy : National Media Wants Her Now

Posted : April 25, 2018 at 11:27 am IST by ManaTeluguMovies

Even as Telugu Film Industry is fuming over ‘regional’ media and local media channels over ‘highlighting’ Sri Reddy who alleged casting couch in Tollywood and did ‘semi-nude’ protest in front of the MAA a fortnight ago, now, national media is chasing Sri Reddy.

While the act of Sri Reddy caught national attention and this issue has kicked up a national debate, there are many reactions, responses from well-known film personalities, political leaders. This is adding fuel to the ongoing controversy.

National-award winning choreographer Saroj Khan has added to the controversy when she spoke against Sri Reddy.

When a journalist asked her about Telugu starlet Sri Reddy, she shot back saying ‘casting couch’ is ‘everywhere’ but not ‘just in Film Industry’. She even said Sri Reddy did such act (stripping) ‘as he lacks talent’ 69-yr-old Bollywood choreographer said.

This is when national media chased Sri Reddy for her reaction or counter. National media who rarely chase people, was after Sri Reddy on Tuesday (Apr 24) for her reaction. Finally they got her.

“I lost respect for you Saroj ma’am. Being an elder you should give a good path to young actresses. It is giving a wrong indication that you have to be a slave to producers,” Sri Reddy told news agencies, national media.

Saroj Khan Says Sorry

Meanwhile, Saroj Khan has said ‘sorry’ and clarified that she had responded to a question asked by a journalist and said ‘you don’t know the question that was asked to me’.

Renuka Chowdhury Responds, Clarifies

On the other hand, Congress senior leader and former Rajya Sabha MP Renuka Chowdhury too made shocking allegations that even Parliament is “not immune” to casting couch. After her comments kicked up a storm, Renuka defended her comments about Parliament and clarified that casting couch implies taking away privileges from women and using it for one’s personal benefit.

On the whole, Sri Reddy has certainly taken up the issue nationally and has made the topic a talking point. With the issue has crossed the borders, it needs to be seen what is in store. Already, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has sent notices to the Telangana state government in Sri Reddy issue. Looks like, Sri Reddy is creating tremors irrespective of her ‘motive’ behind the movement, say many.