In the previous couple of days, we noticed Vijay Sethupathi going through backlash from pro-Tamil teams for signing Muthiah Muralidaran biopic and finally because of criticism, the actor just lately stop the venture. And below the disguise of this controversy a netizen threatened on Twitter of raping Vijay Sethupathi’s daughter. Now the case has been registered towards that individual and we IPS of Chennai police confirmed that the authorized motion has began by tweeting, “There was lot of concern in social media concerning feedback made in social media towards a celeb. On receipt of grievance to this impact a case in Cyber Cell has been registered.”
There was lot of concern in social media concerning feedback made in social media towards a celeb. On receipt of grievance to this impact a case in Cyber Cell has been registered.
— Mahesh Aggarwal, IPS (@copmahesh1994) October 20, 2020
The actor just lately shared an announcement on Instagram, the place the legendary spinner requested him to stop the venture. It reads, “I am penning this as a result of controversies surrounding the making of my biopic. It got here to my discover that many individuals have been urgent arduous towards Vijay Sethupathi to stroll out of 800 the film. Due to this fact, I don’t want to spoil the profession of a reputed artiste of Tamil Nadu. Moreover, I foresee the pointless obstacles that Vijay Sethupathi would possibly face sooner or later. Hereby, I request Vijay Sethupathi to stop the movie.”
He added, “There have been many allegations levelled towards me that I supported genocide. As an example, after I made an announcement in 2019 that 2009 was the most effective 12 months of my life, it was misconstrued that I used to be celebrating the genocide of Eelam Tamils. As somebody who has consistently spent his life in a conflict-zone, the top of the warfare in 2009, was a welcome change. I used to be glad that there have been no deaths on either side in these ten years. I’ve by no means supported genocide, and I by no means will. As a minority neighborhood residing in Sinhalese-majority Sri Lanka, Tamils battled low self- esteem. My mother and father thought of themselves as second-class residents and it was solely pure that I too adopted go well with. After I succeeded in cricket, I wished fellow Tamilians to develop self-worth and are available up in life.”