Sri Reddy apologises to Power star Pawan Kalyan after being trolled by fans

As Sri Reddy got to know that things are turning against her and that how Pawan Kalyan’s fans are targeting her, she took to social networking site Facebook to apologise for her bad behaviour.

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Sri Reddy apologises to Power star Pawan Kalyan after being trolled by fans

Actress Sri Reddy’s fight against casting couch is one of the hottest topics in the industry. Each and every celebrity has been talking about the same. The news channels are all in debates with celebrities joining to give their take on the ongoing controversy that has shaken the industry. The casting couch fight is turning ugly and this time, Sri Reddy crossed all the limits and went on to abuse power star Pawan Kalyan only because he advised her to approach courts and police for the justice.

In no time, the fans of the actor trolled Reddy for her cheap and abusive behaviour against Pawan Kalyan. As she got to know that things are turning against her and that how Pawan Kalyan’s fans are targeting her, she took to social networking site Facebook to apologise for her bad behaviour.

Sri Reddy wrote, “Bhahiranga kshamapanalu(sincere apologies) to the pawan nd his mommy..unnecessary we blamed by many,ur enemy made us to do this and forced us do this in a good advisor mask..i am not belongs to the any political party..i didnt work for the biryani sorry..I hope u nd ur fans should digest nd understand the truth..trolling its fine I face it for my mistake.”

Bhahiranga kshamapanalu(sincere apologies) to the pawan nd his mommy..unnecessary we blamed by many,ur enemy made us to…

Posted by Sri Reddy on Wednesday, April 18, 2018

While Pawan Kalyan has maintained silence for being targeted by Sri Reddy, his brother Nagendra Babu has comes to his defence. He held a press conference on Wednesday where he addressed allegations made by Sri Reddy.

He said, “Casting couch is an issue that exists not only in Telugu film industry, but television industry as well. But women should have the courage to take legal action in such cases. You have the right to file a complaint, even defend yourself when someone makes you uncomfortable by saying something. There should be a legal route to solution.”

Taking up the claim that Telugu filmmakers give preference to female actors from other states, he said, “The Constitution of India has given women the right to work anywhere in the country. A producers invests crores of rupees in a project on an average, and we cannot force them to choose a Telugu girl. Who would answer if their film faces loss? Also, if we put such barriers, what about actors who have worked in all industries but are from the south, like Sridevi?”

We wonder, what new turn this protest will take in coming days? What do you think? Share your views in the comments section below.

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