Bigg Boss Fame Gayathri Raguramm Lashes Out At People For Trending The Hashtag #pray_for_neasamani!

The actress-turned-politician condemned the act of unnecessary trending!

Gayathri Raguramm has been a famous choreographer, an actress and active social media user. However, she improvised on her fame skills ever since she participated in the reality show Bigg Boss which is hosted by Ulaganayagan Kamal Haasan. The actress was seen holding grudges against actress Oviya in the show but the two seem to have bridged their differences and are pretty close today.

The actress also turned into a politician and campaigned actively for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Her tiffs with Khushbu Sundar who is a part of Congress now has been trending on social media.

Gayathri always has a strong opinion about anything concerning her country. It may be acceptable to a few and not to a few but that does not stop her from voicing her opinion.

In a recent, #pray_for_neasamani tag has been trending worldwide so much so that Britains news channel BBC covered it. What started out as a sarcasm ended up trending more than the swearing in ceremony of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Voicing her opinion to this, Gayathri tweeted, “I feel Bad People have lost it now a days. Have gone mad. epic comedy scene to become a silly joke, meme and hashtag unnecessary. #PrayforNeasamani all these unwanted trending. We r going to look like fools Either for our nakkal or vettiness.”

“If u think ur doing this against Modi ji. It’s dumb idea. It’s just putting us down and behave like idiots. People all over the world will think we have no brains. First of all most of this scene fans dint get the joke and why is this going around. So stupid,” she added.

She concluded by saying, “I feel sorry for fake poralies. U can behave like fools but not everyone in TN r fools.”


Vadivelu is a legend and that fact has become undeniable ever since the hashtag #prayfornesamani began trending so much so that international media covered it. It might be overwhelming but it’s all worth it. All thanks to a Pakistani meme page which posted a picture of a hammer and asked what the name of the tool would be their respective countries. That is when one of our very own Vadivelu fans posted a picture of Neasamani getting injured as a hammer falls on his head from Ramesh Kanna’s hand.

That was all it required to trigger the hashtag #pray_for_neasamani. Playing on with the sarcasm, another meme page asked if Neasamani was okay and people and pages from other countries thought that was for real and the rest is history.

The hashtag gained momentum and ultimately became one of the most fun-filled hashtags of the decade. Various politicians and celebrities from Tamil Nadu joined the fun and honestly, Twitter has never been more fun.

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