Telugu actress Sri Reddy is talking about casting couch just the way it deserved to be talked about. She is not just alleging that casting couch exists where people in an influential, powerful positions ask for sexual favours for a job, but also taking names of some of the well known personalities from the film industry. The actress has also been barred from the Movie Artist Association (MAA) for her comments and allegations but she continues to make shocking revelations, through #SriReddyLeaks , releasing chats and pictures with people she is naming and shaming for asking sexual favours out of her.
In the lastest, Sri Reddy has alleged that acclaimed director Koratala Siva had inappropriate chats with her. The screenshots from the chat are going viral right now and show how the director of Mahesh Babu’s Bharat Ane Nenu, Prabhas’ Mirchi and Jr NTR’s Janatha Garage, calls her ‘baby’, confesses that he only ‘flirted with her sometimes with romantic messages’ and asks her to come to meet him.
Check the leaked chat between Sri Reddy and director Koratala Siva
Just yesterday, the actress had alleged that producer Suresh Babu’s son and Rana Daggubati’s brother Abhiram Daggubati forced her to have sex with him at a studio in Hyderabad. She also leaked a few pictures where she is seen posing with Abhiram and shows they shared an intimate bond. She has also taken names of comedian-actor Viva Harsha for sending her offensive pictures and commenting on her body and leaked chats with him as well.
On her Twitter timeline, there is also a chat with Indian Idol fame singer Sri Ram who shows keen interest in knowing about where she lives and if she frequents Mumbai since he was interested in meeting her. As this issue catches heat, we do not know who’s name will crop up next. While Sri Reddy is getting no support from the film industry, she is getting a lot of support and accolades from Twitterati for being brave and taking names of those who sexually abused her or asked for sexual favours. She is being written about in international media as well for starting the #MeToo Movement.