Nayanthara thrashes Suraj for calling Heroines are bitches
Nayanthara thrashes Suraj for calling Heroines are bitches

Nayanthara has come out with a bold statement thrashing Director Suraaj for making cheap comments on heroines in general. Though, Nayanthara has no connection with either Suraaj or Kaththi Sandai movie, she lashed out Suraaj on behalf of all heroines in industry for much such brutalize statement or comment on actresses.

In a recent promo interview of Kaththi Sandai movie, Suraaj said some degraded comments about heroines (they are likely bitches), and since they are getting paid in crores, they are supposed to appear glamorous on screen, when he was asked about Tamannaah’s glamorous costumes.

The director said, “If the costume designer comes to me with the heroine’s clothes covering up to the knee, I would strictly order them to shorten the length. I don’t mind even if my heroine is not happy or comfortable, but I insist and get it done. This is because audiences pay money to see the heroines in such clothes”. He further said with a smirk: “Let heroines show their acting abilities in television serials. When it comes to commercial films, they are paid only to show the skin to the money paying audiences.”

After this video was circulated on the internet, several celebrities and netizens took social media to condemn Suraaj for his statement on actresses, and glamour. While other leading heroines, Nayanthara busted out and expressed her views and questions to Suraaj. Tamanaah took it to Twitter and condemned him for such badly comments and said he should apologize for saying like that.

Nayanthara has said, “How can a responsible person from film industry make such a crass and cheap comment? Who is Suraaj to say such a derogative statement against heroines? Does he think that heroines are strippers who will come and shed their clothes just because they are paid money? Will he dare to speak such things about working women in his family?

“At a time when films like Pink and Dangal speak about women empowerment and respect to women, in which era does Suraaj belong to? A heroine wears skimpy clothes in commercial cinema only if she is comfortable and the script requires it. And which audience is he speaking about who pay money to see heroine in bad light? Our audiences who look up to film stars are far more mature and respects women more than Suraaj does. And by making such comments that heroines take money to shed clothes, he is misleading the youngsters who will think this is what happens in cinema. I too have done my share of glamour in commercial films not because my director wanted to please that particular ‘low class’ of audience, but because it was my CHOICE. No one has the right to think that heroines can be taken for granted.”

Here’s the video: