Tamannaah's recent film, "Okkadochadu", released on December 23, 2016, performs well on theaters. The story revolves around black money and corruption. With Tamannaah, the film also features Vishal, Jagapati Babu, Vadivelu, Soori and Sampath Raj in the lead roles.
The explosions of Tamannaah to its director of "Okkadochadu", Suraaj: director Suraaj reportedly commented on the role of women in the film industry. Suraaj said that heroines were like merchandise that filled empty spaces in Indian cinema. Tamannah lost her freshness after listening to such a statement. She was watching "Dangal" by Aamir Khan and had to leave the cinema to answer the director's comment.
Tamannaah tweeted, "It's 2016 and it's very ironic that I had to leave a film like (sic) Dangal in the midst that is about empowering women and tackling this problem.I am very hurt And angry by the comments made by my director Suraj, and I would certainly like to ask her to apologize not only to me but to all the women in the industry.We are actors and here to act and entertain the public and should not At no time be objectified as commodities I have been working in the South industry for over 11 years and have worn costumes that I have been comfortable with.It is sad that women in our country are talking about it so frivolously and I would like to tell my audience that our industry should not be generalized by the comments made by such an individual.
Director Suraaj apologized in a tweet that said, "I'm really sorry and I want to apologize to Ms. Tamannah and all the heroines in the industry. My intention was not to show anyone in the wrong light or hurt their feelings. I am sorry to repeat my comments. "
From time to time, the issue of women's equality is discussed and debated. Today's women have evolved to greater heights. Women in India are flourishing in many professions such as politics, arts and culture, military, education, economic development and many more professions. Respect women, for whom they are, for without women would not exist! "The first step in the evolution of ethics is a sense of solidarity with other human beings." - Albert Schweitzer.