Dhanush’s Sister Dubs Suchi Leaks an ‘Act of Revenge’
Dhanush was one of the Kollywood celebs whose photos were posted from singer Suchitra’s twitter account.
Actor Dhanush was one of the Kollywood celebs whose photos were posted from singer Suchitra’s twitter account that had lead to #Suchileaks going viral.
While Suchitra's husband, Karthik had tweeted a clarification for the tweets, saying the account was hacked, Dhanush’s sister Vimala Geetha took to Facebook to defend her brother.
She said her family has been undergoing a lot of agony due to “various issues” but had to chosen to “keep quiet”.
A dentist by profession, Vimala wrote the emotional Facebook post on Sunday but later deleted her account.
She wrote: "For the past few months, our family is going through so much pain and agony because of various issues and we all kept quiet. We belong to a very poor family and one man with his hard work and sacrifice gave us food, education and everything we have now.”
“From a small village in Theni to what we are now didn't come overnight or without sacrifice. My brother has faced criticism, embarrassment and insults to reach this level.”
She said Dhanush – a popular film celebrity and son-in-law of Rajinikanth – achieved stardom through hard work and sacrifice.
“Success comes with a price, I guess. (It’s) an act of revenge in all ways possible and character assassination. Is this what an actor who tortures himself so much to entertain his fans and people of Tamil Nadu deserve,” she asked.
Dhanush also appeared at the Madras High Court recently, after an elderly couple had filed a petition against him, alleging that he was their son.
Talking about how Twitter is being abused by some, she said: “Twitter has become a media where anyone can talk anything or post anything and it's disheartening to see cheap, fake porn videos on a platform where even a 12-year-old has accounts! And the worst thing is the number of people who ask for such perverted videos.”
But Vimala Geetha says no matter what, the family is united.
“Not in a state to talk to anyone or see anyone. Whoever is doing this, stop it. You cannot bring back someone if they go to the extent of killing themselves, particularly women. Please live and let live. God bless and goodbye for a while,” she wrote.
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