Singer Bhuvana Seshan lately talked about allegations towards poet-lyricist Vairamuthu Ramasamy. Her claims arrived after the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) authorities in Tamil Nadu honoured Vairamuthu beneath the Dream Home scheme, which is meant to honour famend writers. Vairamuthu was beforehand accused of sexually harassing a number of girls, together with singer Chinmayi Sripaada. Additionally learn: Sona Mohapatra helps Chinmayi Sripaada after she slams Kamal Haasan
Bhuvana Seshan on Vairamuthu
Bhuvana Seshan advised information company ANI, “Almost 17 women have placed allegations against him (poet and lyricist Vairamuthu) but only four of them had the courage to show their faces and say their names, it’s that difficult to come out of a harassment situation. The only purpose of sharing my story is that I don’t want the dreams of young singers to be crushed. I don’t want the same to happen with girls.”
“That girl’s (singer Chinmayi Sripada) courage is amazing, she has been continuously abused on social media (for putting allegations against Vairamuthu)… Things have been very difficult for her. This cannot continue, many girls are suffering because of this. No investigation is going to happen, the system will not let that happen,” the singer added.
Chinmayi Sripaada on Vairamuthu
Earlier this month, Chinmayi Sripaada had stated that has been holding many individuals ‘answerable for safeguarding Vairamuthu’. She has been preventing for the sexual harassment allegations towards the lyricist for years now. Lately, she advised ANI, “I’m holding so many people responsible for saving Vairamuthu. There are a few people in DMK who tried to help me, but in the end, their hands are also tied. So what are these strings where everyone’s hands.”
On Could 29, the singer tweeted addressing the CM and DMK’s Kanimozhi explaining that Vairamuthu had silenced many ladies who accused him utilizing his political energy. “The rules cannot be different for Vairamuthu and Brij Bhushan. Our Champion wrestlers and the Country’s pride including a Minor have named Brij Bhushan 17 women have named Vairamuthu who has used the proximity to your party and You, to silence me, others and ruin the careers of women who are talented and had dreams. His talent is not greater than all of us. This is happening right under your nose,” she tweeted.
“Please do the needful so that across Tamilnadu workplaces can be safer. I speak as someone who has been ostracised by my own industry because people are too scared to speak against the Poet because of his political connections,” she additionally added.
In the meantime, the federal government’s choice to incorporate Me Too accused Vairamuthu of their Dream Home scheme has sparked a debate on social media. The scheme gives homes to award-winning writers, no matter their affiliation with the federal government or every other employer.