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Trisha slams Mansoor Ali Khan for derogatory remarks on her


An actor Trisha Krishnan On Saturday he responded to his “Leo” co-star Mansoor Ali Khan’s disparaging remark about her. Trisha and Mansoor Ali Khan were recently seen in Lokesh Kanagaraj’s film `Leo`. The two did not share screen space, they played prominent roles in the film.

Recently, a video of Mansoor Ali Khan from one of his interviews surfaced on social media, where he was making very inappropriate comments about the actor.

In response to that video, Trisha took to X (previously Twitter) and wrote, “Recently a video has come to my attention in which Mr. Mansoor Ali Khan has spoken about me in a vile and shameful manner. I strongly condemn this and I get it. sexist, disrespectful, misogynistic, repulsive and in bad taste. He can go on all he wants but I’m ever grateful to have shared screen space with someone as patient as him and I’ll make sure it never happens to the rest of him my film life as well. People like him give humanity a bad name.”

Reportedly, in the video, Mansoor said in his regional language. “When I heard that I was acting with Trisha, I thought there would be a bedroom scene in the film. I thought I could transport her to the bedroom just like I did with other actors in my earlier films. Yes I’ve done a lot. Rape scenes in some films and it’s not new to me. But these guys didn’t even show Trisha to me on the sets during the Kashmir schedule.”

Directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, Sanjay Dutt, Trisha Krishnan and Arjun Sarja also featured in `Leo`. Leo has reunited Vijay and Kanagaraj after the 2021 blockbuster “Master.

Lokesh Kanagaraj also responded to the shocking comment. “The misogynistic comments made by Mr. Mansoor Ali Khan are very sad and heartening to hear, since we all worked in the same team. Women, fellow artists and professionals should be respected -identified in any industry and I fully condemn this behavior.”

After the video went viral, singer Chinmayi Sripaada also spoke in support of the actor while criticizing Khan’s words.

Taking to X, Chinmayi wrote a long note and shared a viral interview clip of Mansoor Ali Khan.

The note read, “The thing about men like Mansoor Ali Khan – they always talked like this. They were never condemned, and other men in power, money and influence laughed; eeyy aamaa da macha correct ra maccha sorta thing . Robo Shankar said something about how he wanted to be allowed to touch the actor; the actor had no idea what he was saying but if I remember until a journalist called him out, he was everyone else smiled even if they felt comfortable enough to share a displeasure. ellaam kozhu kozhu kozhunnu irundha dhan enga pasangaluku pidickum- size zero seri varadhu. The whole audience applauded.”

“Cool Suresh somehow managed to MAK behaving badly with the co-host. He apologized and said yera yera yeah I will be responsible for it it’s not Mansoor’s fault. But this behavior has been normalized forever .I remember Radha Ravi calling `villain` actors to rape more; naanga pannadha rape is one mega-stud-level conversation they think.This was at an award function which happens around the 1st week of January. Almost everyone in the audience was shocked. Nirbhaya gangrape happened and the nation was divided between `Ladki itni der raat mein kya rahi thi’ and many young girls wanted safety. He can say `koopudravanga kumbudravanga lla difference irukku’ and everyone hit it. Nobody did until I tweeted,” she said.

Chinmayi continued, “Did anything happen after that? No. Because there’s a big chunk of people with the same garbage mentality. Mansoor Ali Khan will keep getting work, that’s how it works. Just like how Radha Ravi continued. his verbal diarrhea on so many audio addresses Some men are proud to be openly shameful – `Naan aambala ennala mudiyum. Rape and rape excuses will eventually disappear. over, that the next generation will be better off, that is, if they haven’t brainstormed by then. Adhu varaikkum change and all chances.”

Malavik Mohanan He also stood in support of Trisha and called out Mansoor Ali Khan. “This is shocking on so many levels.
It’s quite shameful that this is how this man looks at & thinks of women, but then you have the guts(!!) to talk about this openly & unapologetically, without even worrying about consequences?? Shame on you. Despicable beyond belief,” she wrote on X.


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