Sai Pallavi is known for talking her heart out and that is one reason why individuals love her. During the advancements of her upcoming film, Virata Parvam, she contrasted Kashmir genocide with lynching for ‘cow smuggling.’ This assessment has left web-based entertainment isolated. While a part of individuals side with Pallavi, others brought up that both are not something very similar.
Sai Pallavi will be seen next in Virata Parvam, in which she will share screen space with Rana Daggubati. The film will release on June 17.
In a meeting with a YouTube channel, Sai Pallavi was gotten some information about her political leanings. She said that she is philosophically unbiased and was raised like that. She added that she couldn’t say whether the left-wing or the conservative gatherings are correct.
“For me violence is wrong form of communication. Mine is a neutral family where they only taught to be a good human being. The oppress, however, should be protected. I don’t know who’s right & who’s wrong. If you are a good human being, you don’t feel one is right.”
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The Paava Kadhaigal actress said, “I grew up in a neutral environment. I have heard about the left-wing and right-wing. But, I cannot say who is right and who is wrong. The film, The Kashmir Files, shows how Kashmiri Pandits were killed. Recently, there was an incident of a person being killed for carrying a cow because he was suspected to be a Muslim. After killing the person, the attackers raised ‘Jai Shri Ram’ slogans. Where is the difference between what happened in Kashmir and what happened recently?”
Sai Pallavi also added that her family taught her to be a good person. “You need to protect the oppressed. Their stature isn’t important. If you are a good human being, you don’t feel that one is right.”
On the work front, Sai Pallavi will be seen next in Gargi, directed by Gautham Ramachandran. The release date is yet to be announced.