Kannada dimple queen Rachita Ram gets into trouble with Kannada Kranthi Dal due to her controversial “first night” comment

Popular Kannada actress Rachita Ram, known as ‘dimple queen’, has gotten into trouble with Kannada Kranthi Dal due to her controversial statement on ‘first night’ while promoting her upcoming film Love You Rachchu. The organization has now demanded a public apology from the actress for her latest statement and also sought a ban on her from the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce. Read also – RIP Puneeth Rajkumar: Ram Charan gets extremely emotional about the loss of the Kannada superstar – here’s how he expressed his feelings

During a press conference for her as yet unreleased film Love You Rachchu, Rachita had faced a frightening question from a journalist who had asked her to appear in sensual scenes, even though she had said she would not do them. To clarify the bold scenes in the film, Rachita said she had done what the script required. She also had the answer by asking the reporter what he had been doing on his wedding night recently. Read also – Trending South News today: Kannada superstar Puneeth Rajkumar dies at age 46, Suriya reunites with director Bala after 20 years for his next and more

“There are so many people here who are married. I do not intend to embarrass anyone. In general, I ask you to tell me what people do after marriage? What do they do?” Rachita asked the reporters. Even as the media personalities were recovering from her teasing, she answered her own rhetorical questions with, “They want romance, right? That’s what’s shown in the film.” Also Read – Happy Birthday, Priyamani: 5 Unknown Facts About The Family Man 2 Actress That Will Blow Your Mind

And she added, “There’s some reason why I made these scenes. You will get to know it when you watch the movie. You just had a baby, you should tell me,” she said, smiling. the journalist who had lined up. questions.

Her bold statements were appreciated by her fans, but the chairman of the organization, Tejasvi Nagalingaswamy, said that these were against the rich traditions of the Kannada film industry, which are established by legends like Dr. Rajkumar. In a conversation with journalists, Tejasvi maintained that Rachita’s statements were against “the culture of the country” and had “damaged the image of the state”.

“All leading and veteran actresses have never issued such statements. Rachita Ram, who does not know the history of the industry that has come to it recently, has spoken indecently and caused damage to its reputation,” he said by attacking her for also appear in daring scenes in her previous film I Love You.

Asked to ban Rachita, Tejasvi said: “The Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce should seriously consider Rachita Ram’s statements and impose a ban on her. Otherwise, we will not allow her film ‘Love You Rachchu’ to be released anywhere in Karnataka. “We will go to court.”

(With IANS inputs)

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