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13 April 2018, 01:34 | Myrtle Vega
Continuing with her tirade against Tollywood, actress Sri Reddy has now accused director Kona Venkat of sexually exploiting her.
Sri Reddy's accusations have stirred a hornet's nest, and once again brought in limelight the rampant issue of casting couch in our film industries. The human right's body on Thursday pulled up the state and the union ministry on the alleged sexual exploitation of women in Tollywood, The MAA also lifted the restrictions on all its 900 members against acting with Sri Reddy. She got raged and posted on her facebook that Sri Reddy leaks start and posted the WhatsApp conversation. She asked for an offer in their short film but he tried to ask her sexual favor.
Her latest revelation, however, has dragged an unexpected name to the menace.
The screenshot of her chat has gone viral on social media, much like the previous screenshots and pictures. She said he produced a big film called Mirapakay with Ravi Teja, Srimannarayana with Balakrishna and Paisa with Nani. She has claimed that her membership in the Movie Artists Association (MAA) has not been accepted, even after she has acted in many films and produced three films.
Though the actress initially didn't reveal the name of the person she was accusing, she shared intimate pictures with an actor on Twitter.
Sri Reddy has also accused director Sekhar Kammula of casting couch and singer Sreeram Chandra of sending lewd messages to her. To this, the actor says,"But what is the use, you are not giving me the chance".
Kona Venkat tweeted, "I'm shocked with some allegations made by one actress against some film personalities including me".
Writer Kona Venkat has finally responded to these reports and he demanded the government to look into this matter and do investigation thoroughly to bring out the truth. She also told to the news channel, " This Suresh Babu's son took me to the studio and f****d me so badly in the studio only".
He added that he feels sad about the film industry becoming a soft target for people looking for cheap publicity.
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