A few ladies in various fields have approached lately with accounts of inappropriate behavior and bad conduct with male associates and bosses. The MeToo wave has set foot in Kollywood now. The most recent name to surface in the rundown is that of Tamil amazing lyricist and National Award Winner Vairamuthu.
In a unidentified message to writer Sandhya Menon, a screen capture of which she has shared on her Twitter page, a lady has blamed the lyricist for lewd behavior at the working environment. In the claim, the lady says that she had been attacked by Vairamuthu when she was 18 years of age and had gone to him to deal with an undertaking.
Vairamuthu had purportedly embraced and kissed the lady in his office in Kodambakkam. Honor winning artist Chinmayi, who has been vocal about lewd behavior, retweeted Sandhya’s post, opening up a blast of reactions via web-based networking media. While a large portion of Kollywood is keeping up its quiet on these allegations, on-screen characters Samantha and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar have come in help of the MeToo development.
Samantha took to Twitter and stated, I am happy to the point that an ever increasing number of ladies are finding the quality to state MeToo. Your courage is admirable. I am sad however that a few people, even other ladies themselves will disgrace and weight you with the topic of confirmation and uncertainty. Simply realize that you are sparing numerous young ladies with your voice.
I support the MeTooIndia development. She additionally refreshing Chinmayi for her mettle to get out Vairamuthu. Varalaxmi Sarathkumar likewise tweeted in help of the #MeToo development, saying that it was unnerving to hear these accounts. She said that she’d gone to bat for MeToo a year ago and that she needed more ladies to approach and talk up.