Disgusting: Shraddha Srinath Lashes Out At The Media For Linking Up Kajal Aggarwal With Sadhguru!

Absolutely appalling!

Shraddha Srinath has never failed to perform par excellence in the films she acts. Be it ‘U-turn’ or ‘Vikram Vedha’, she shines bright like a star. Her choice of scripts are impeccable and the latest addition to her collection of great films is ‘Ner Konda Paravai’, a remake of Taapsee, Amitabh Bachchan starrer ‘Pink’ which stars Ajith Kumar in the lead as well. As excited as we are to watch this flick, we are absolutely proud of Shraddha standing up for her fellow women.

Actress Kajal Aggarwal along with Tamannaah, Rana Daggubati, Aditi Rao Hydari and sister Nisha Aggarwal visited the Adiyogi Shiva Temple for Mahashivratri. The actress was seen dancing to various classical songs and having a gala time on a beuatiful occasion. Sadhguru Jakki Vasudev was hosting the ceremony like he does every year. He was seen warmly welcoming his guests and that included giving a hug to Kajal Aggarwal. During the live telecast of the show from the Adiyogi Yoga Centre, Sadhguru was seen adoring the ear piece of Kajal and complimented her for choosing it.

Media and meme creators went berserk over the fact that he hugged and some made it look vulgar and crass touting that he was actually kissing the actress. Yes, it does sound absolutely disgusting!



The only actress who came in support of Kajal and asked the media to stop this nonsense was Shraddha. Here’s what she had to say:

“Wow. This is a cinema information account that has half a million followers, and this is the quality of their information. I am bloody disgusted. Sensationalism never gets old. Cheers to spreading more rubbish on the internet than there already is.”


Following this, she added, “The next time you see a woman being called names for voicing her opinion, her character being assassinated, being slut shamed or body shamed, stand up for her. Don’t be a silent spectator. Do THAT instead of sending WhatsApp forwards. We don’t need your wishes. They mean nothing.”

So much for being a woman!

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