Actor Parvathy Thiruvothu resigned from AMMA, confirmed by the Secretary-General Edawa Babu, that the Association of Malayalam Movie Artists resigned from AMMA. Let us help you get to the bottom of the resignation given by Parvathy through this article.
As we told you that Parvathy Thiruvothu has resigned from AMMA, it was confirmed by the Secretary-General Edawa Babu in a media interview during this time that the Secretary-General was asked if the actor was planning to make AMMA the film. Will be inducted when he replies that “he is no longer part of the AMMA and we do not bring the dead back.”
At the same time, Parvathy also made a statement on Facebook announcing her resignation, stating that “her disgusting and disgusting remarks compared to a female member was badly defeated by this organization and as a result, a dead man Abandoned, it is beyond correction. Mr. Babu believes that he can only use a metaphor, but it shows his rude attitude and I pity him. I am sure that when the media starts discussing this comment, many of his colleagues will support him. I am sure about the way they have always dealt with issues related to women”.
Let us tell you that in July 2018, there was an earlier incident in which a case of sexual harassment against four members of the Women in Cinema Collective (WCC) came on the basis of which the actor had alleged sexual harassment and resigned from AMMA. Had given In which actor Dilip was fired from the organization for protesting against the decision of the organization to reinstate him. and during this time he was declared an accused in the sexual harassment case. Parvathy was likewise one of the WCC members who wanted to continue in the AMMA to continue the fight from within.
In a post on Facebook, Parvathy said that “When my colleagues resigned from AMMA in 2018, I felt that I should continue to work within at least some broken system, so it would not be right to resign on one hand.” No, I also thought it would improve, but after watching the AMMA Secretary-General speak, I gave up all hope that there would ever be an improvement in this association. “