Dear Actor Maddy, Thank You For Bringing Unity Through Your Tweets!

The concept of live and let live seems to slowly be dying!

Dear Maddy,

Every generation has loved you for your charming appearance and your immaculate acting skills. I’ve been watching you from Alaipayuthey up until today and there’s not one movie of yours I’ve missed watching. But, Maddy you have recently proved us that you are way more than just a good lookin’ chocolate boy. You’re a human who is compassionate, respectful, and empathetic but more than anything you’re humane.

Our country is facing various social issues and the only issue your follower could find was a “Cross” in your beautifully lit Pooja room. Oh, Maddy, did my fellow follower ever see the beautiful picture of three generations fulfilling their rightful duties of what they have been ardently following for centuries? Did she see you pass on the beauty of your religion and others to your son? Was she able to grasp the message, the importance of unity in diversity?



It was a normal day for me on Twitter when I came across this disturbing question imposed on you. I vaguely remember the follower questioning you of your identity indirectly. Maddy, does she know that you’re a star not because of what religion you follow but because of the hardwork you’ve put in to be where you are today? How much more do we need to stress on the saying “live, let live”?

I must say, after all these years, I’ve fallen in love with you yet again for the terrific answer you gave. For emphasizing on the importance of oneness, diversity and that no matter what, God is one. I loved how you proudly admitted to teaching your son the very same of what you believe in. Imagine, your son teaching the very same to his own some day and imagine your generation bringing only harmony. I really wish every family teaches their loved ones the importance of respecting what others follow. After all, you reap what you sow.

You have proved to all your fans today including me that you’re a good human being as much as you are an actor.

Yours lovingly,

An ardent fan.

In case you missed it, here’s a recap of what happened:

A follower trolled Madhavan for having a crucifixion Cross in his Pooja room. The follower stated, “Why do they have across in the background? Is that a Mandir? You just lost my respect. Do you find Hindu Gods in Christian churches? All this is fake drama you did today.”

To which Madhavan’s response won the internet:


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