Dhanush, who is a superstar in the Tollywood industry has been in news for various reasons and mostly not good ones. The Ranjhaanaa actor is faced with a court battle where an elderly couple is claiming that Dhanush is their long separated son and are also seeking maintenance from him.
Amidst this, Tamil television host and singer, Suchitra Karthik started off with posting cryptic tweets about Dhanush and his social circle. Later in a series tweets, she shared private photos of superstar Dhanush, Trisha Krishnan, RJ Balaji, Dhivyadharshini, Hansika Motwani, music director Anirudh and many others. She further tweeted about her physical relationships with the actors. She later said that her account was hacked.
The happening of these events have clearly affected Dhanush and his family. His sister, Vimala Geetha took to facebook to share her angst and disgust. She also said that Dhanush, a popular film celebrity and son-in-law of megastar Rajinikanth, achieved stardom through hard work and sacrifice and there are people ready to tarnish his image.
In the post 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. Success comes with a price I guess. 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 deserves?” she asked.
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 po*n 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.”
She said her family will stay united. After writing the post, Vimala deactivated her Twitter account.
“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.