Ram Gopal Varma on Sri Reddy: I will work with her if there’s a role for her

Reddy created a sensation by resorting to strip protest against casting couch in the Telugu film industry in front of the office of Telugu Film Chamber of Commerce here earlier this month. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd On the contrary, they are forming committees to address the issues brought forward by her.”
He feels Reddy’s protests have paid off. In an interview earlier, he had revealed that he is aware of some filmmakers, who seek sexual favours from struggling female actors for a film role. Related News
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Published: April 25, 2018 1:39:00 pm

Ram Gopal Varma thinks the protest by Sri Reddy has started to pay off. Also read | Post Sri Reddy protest, Telangana govt forms special cell for sexual harassment
RGV was the first high-profile member of the Telugu film fraternity to express solidarity with the protest of Sri Reddy, which has remained in the spotlight for over a month now. “Of course I will work with her if there’s a role for her,” Varma said. One of them being CASH (Committee Against Sexual Harassment) to address sexual harassment. There’s no person in the Telugu film industry or any organisation within the Telugu film industry which has said that I should be boycotted.