Following the protest, the actress, who had revealed the names of Viva Harsha and a couple of other celebs who allegedly demanded sexual favors for roles in films, stated in an interview with News 18 that younger son of Suresh Babu had sexually exploited her.
Sri Reddy's accusations have stirred a hornet's nest, and once again brought in limelight the rampant issue of casting couch in our film industries. The studio belongs to the government and it is meant to help and support talented people.
Abhiram Daggubati never became an actor because his father thought he is good in business "Suresh Babu feels that Abhiram is good to look after the business and has asked him to do so". You know how you behave in the studio.
Appearing on Telugu channel TV99, Sri Reddy was asked to prove her allegations. "This Suresh Babu's son took me to the studio and f****d me so badly in the studio only", Sri Reddy can be seen saying in the interview.
Sri Reddy had created a storm in the Telugu industry after she had gone topless publicly in front of Movie Artistes' Association (MAA) office in Hyderabad, in protest against alleged casting couch. "This Suresh Babu's son took me to the studio and he f***ed me so badly in the studio only".
MAA, the Telugu actors association, has made it clear that it will not accept her membership application and also said that actors who work with her will be suspended from the association.
Sri Reddy has also accused the producers of exploiting aspiring actresses and said, "They give roles to actresses imported from Mumbai or others places, whereas we local girls are only sexually exploited on the promise of being given roles". In the lastest, Sri Reddy has alleged that acclaimed director Koratala Siva had inappropriate chats with her. However, that offer no longer seems to be valid with Sri Reddy releasing not just Abhiram's pictures, but also threatening to release some more intimate pictures with other top Tollywood celebrities. His elder brother Rana Daggubati is a big name in the southern film industry.
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