Magalir Mattum actor Jyothika: Please offer intelligent characters to women


I promise that I will be more responsible henceforth. Suriya said watching a recent advertisement of Aamir Khan on women empowerment was eye-opening for him. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App now The film also stars Urvashi, Bhanupriya, Saranya Ponvannan, Nasser and Livingston in important roles. The actress said if the filmmakers will continue to show stories where one actor is paired opposite four women, the youth will get a wrong message. Watch video
Director Bramma G, best known for his National Award-winning drama Kuttram Kadithal, said Magalir Mattum is a celebration of womanhood. Please give women characters some dignity in your movies. “This is a message to directors who direct big hero films. Magalir Mattum is a celebration of womanhood,” Bramma said. The society belongs to both men and women equally. 2017-04-26T20:26:25+00:00″>
Published:April 26, 2017 8:26 pm

Actor Jyothika talks about the important of roles for women actors that have substance at the music launch of her upcoming film, Magalir Mattum. Jyothika’s actor-husband Suriya has produced Magalir Mattum. “I feel I should be socially responsible in my movies. Also read | Magalir Mattum trailer: Jyothika and team go on a journey of self discovery. Cinema has a big impact on youth. Lovingly known as Jo by her fans, the 38-year-old actress, who essays the role of a documentary filmmaker in her upcoming film Magalir Mattum, says cinema has the power to influence the youth and is responsible for the treatment meted out to women in the country. There are crores of fans and followers to big heroes. Look at your mother, wife, sister or girlfriend and give realistic roles to women like the people living around you. “Refrain from encouraging comedians to speak double-meaning dialogues with the heroine around,” she stressed. Please offer intelligent characters to women,” Jyothika said at the music launch of her film Magalir Mattum here recently. I watched a recent TV commercial starring Aamir Khan… The advertisement felt like a slap in the face,” Suriya said. “You’re socially responsible to what is happening to women all over India. “I don’t believe in feminism.