People in cinema industry are just like politicians. They often get caught by some controversies by hurting the morals of certain group of people or community either intentionally or unintentionally. After the mess, they end up apologizing to the people at the receiving end. Although it is just the part and parcel of the game, such stories always make headlines. It is one such time for actor-director R Parthiban, who has recently locked himself in a fresh controversy with his speech in a latest cinema function!
Superstar Rajnikanth’s yesteryear blockbuster Thillu Mullu is being remade in Tamil cinema again. Tamil Padam fame Mirchi Siva is donning the lead role. Isha Talwar, a new face in the industry is making her debut as the female lead opposite Siva. The unveiling of the movie shooting took place recently. Many popular faces of Tamil cinema industry attended the muhurat function and blessed the makers of the movie with all success. It was at this function Parthiban had said something that has now hurt the feeling of the Hindu community of the people.
The sources from the movie function say that Parthiban was offered a chance to address the gathering as a part of the unveiling ceremony. Parthiban in his speech praised the beauty of the heroine of the movie, Isha Talwar. To exaggerate his speech, he told the audiences that Isha Talwar is so beautiful that even Lord Shiva might long to sing a duet along with her, instead of being with goddess Parvathi.
After knowing about this Parthiban’s speech, the Hindu Makkal Katchi has condemned the actor’s action. The party also has sought an apology from the actor for hurting the godly sentiments of the Hindus in his speech. Responding immediately to the aftermath of his sensitive speech, actor Parthiban has come up with an apology saying that he did not do it intentionally. He has added that he just wanted to make the audience happy while listening to his speech. He further quoted that he is an ardent believer of God and would not hurt such godly sentiments of people in future!