As we all know, the entire social media and the people of Tamil Nadu have been abuzz about the controversies surrounding Vanitha Vijayakumar. The Bigg Boss 3 contestant got married to Peter Paul, a VFX Supervisor, in the last week of June and ever since then, there have been numerous controversies surrounding it. Peter Paul’s first wife, Elizabeth Helen, who is yet to be legally divorced, demanded justice and filed a complaint against the duo. Elizabeth earned the support of a few people from the industry including producer Ravindar Chandrasekaran, Lakshmy Ramakrishnan, Kasthuri Shankar and others.
Things went out of control when Vanitha had heated arguments with Lakshmy and Kasthuri on Twitter. This entire issue created a huge buzz on social media and this was one of the most talked about topics in the past few days. Following all the controversies, Vanitha made an unexpected move by deactivating her Twitter profile. She said that the micro blogging page is full of negativity and hatred which she doesn’t want to experience at this time of her life. Vanitha also added that Twitter is full of fake people and their dramas which are being staged for publicity. To put an end to the controversy and stay away from all the above mentioned people, Vanitha said that she has quit Twitter.
Having said that, one of the Twitter users requested acclaimed director Cheran to share his comment on this controversy and added that Cheran knows about Vanitha’s behaviour. However, the Autograph director requested the user not to drag his name into this controversy. Cheran also said that Vanitha’s personal problems aren’t related to him in any way and requested not to use his name in this issue.
He tweeted, “Pls don't use my name in unnecessary issues.. That's not my problem.. So its unwanted to me.. Pls remove my name…”. It can be noted that Cheran and Vanitha had quite a good rapport in the show and in fact, even after the show, the duo were spotted together in family functions. Similarly, the other Bigg Boss contestants like Kavin, Losliya, Mugen Rao, Tharshan, Abhirami Venkatachalam, Sakshi Agarwal, Sherin, and others have also maintained silence, respecting the privacy of Vanitha. Check out Cheran’s tweet about Vanitha’s controversy below:
Pls don't use my name in unnecessary issues.. That's not my problem.. So its unwanted to me.. Pls remove my name...— Cheran (@directorcheran) July 22, 2020
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