Malayalam star Gayathri Suresh on being approached by producers: I got messages asking me to compromise

The 'Jamnya Pyari' actress Gayathri Suresh while talking with RJ Mike in a radio program organised by Red FM, opened up about casting couch.
Malayalam star Gayathri Suresh on being approached by producers: I got messages asking me to compromiseMalayalam star Gayathri Suresh on being approached by producers: I got messages asking me to compromise
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#MeToo movement had made a huge impact worldwide a few months ago. Women from various paths of life came out and shared their horrifying experiences. Mollywood actress Gayathri Suresh recently made some shocking revelations about being approached by producers to compromise. The 'Jamnya Pyari' actress while talking with RJ Mike in a radio program organised by Red FM, opened up about casting couch. 

She said, "I get messages asking, 'Are you ready to...?' and I don't reply to such messages. I end the conversation and do not reply to them at all." Gayathri Suresh also revealed having the first crush on Mollywood was Nivin Pauly. "I had a crush towards Nivin Pauly (while working in the movie Sakhavu). I am now single, and I am ready to mingle. Until now, I had two relationships. One relationship lasted for four years, and the other one lasted for just six months. The relationship that lasted for six months was perhaps the last," said Gayathri.

This is not for the first time that any actress has come out in open and shared about their horrifying experiences. Actress Parvathy was among many South Indian actresses who revealed about giving up to the opportunities for not agreeing to the demands of people.  

In an earlier interview, Parvathy said, "Of course there is casting couch in the Malayalam industry. I don't understand why it comes as a surprise at all. It is there in many other industries also. It's a reality; why are we even shocked about it? I haven't faced casting couch in any other industry, including Tamil, Kannada or Hindi, but only in the Malayalam industry. It was sort of an obligation. See, we gave you the break; and I was like, 'What break, dude? I already did my job and I don't think I have to do anything more'".

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