Law college student shocked after her teen movie scenes appear on adult websites
A Kerala law student, Sona M Abraham, took to her social media pages to share the disturbing news of scenes from a film she acted in getting uploaded on adult websites. The scenes in debate are from a film titled For Sale she had acted when she was 14 years old alongside Kadhal fame Sandhya and Aishwaya in important roles. On her Instagram page, Sona spoke about how there was a particular sequence in My Sale that had her character being sexually assaulted. Upon witnessing the shocking incident, her elder sister in the film played by Kadhal Sandhya would take her own life by suicide.
Sona revealed that she was shocked to find the scenes on the internet on various adult websites and stated that there was a point in time when she had suicidal thoughts just because she had acted in My Sale. Having recovered from the trauma, she has stated that she has been making repeated attempts in her requests along with her family to get the videos removed from the websites. She also said how she felt horrified when she was asked by the film's director to act in that particular scene. Sona said that she had initially refused to perform in the scene in front of 150 cast and crew members after which the director convinced her to act in private in his office. She added that she had not known the meaning of the scene and eventually agreed to shoot for it.
Posting the video, Sona wrote on her Facebook page, "I have always been afraid of the society and judgements and i took the abuse as if i deserved it .But i didn't deserve any bit of what i went through all these years. I am proud of myself, and the online abusers and the perpetrators are the ones who should be ashamed of themselves. Now the #refusetheabuse campaign started by #WCC has given me so much strength and courage to open up and talk about things. I hope to see some changes towards the misogynistic and inhumane treatment and attitude. Looking forward Women in Cinema Collective." She
I have always been afraid of the society and judgements and I took the abuse accepting as if I deserved it. But I didn't deserve any bit of what I hv went through all these years. I'm proud of myself, and the online abusers and perpetrators of such cyber crimes are the one's who should be ashamed of themselves. Now the #refusetheabuse campaign started by #wcc has given me so much strength and courage to open up and talk about things. I hope to see some changes towards the misogynist and inhumane treatment and attitude.Looking forward @wcc_cinema @par_vathy @manju.warrier @geetu_mohandas @rimakallingal @anjalimenonfilms @priya12418 @cloudy_pearl @poornimaindrajithofficial @bhavzmenon @ramyanambessan @jithujithuav
Soon after Sona’s video, there had been a strong response as the Women in Cinema Collective (WCC) in Kerala had reached out to her and offered her support. She thanked the members of the WCC on her Facebook page and wrote, "I can't thank enough the collective for having recognized my voice and giving me more power and strength. The moment the members of wcc contacted me seeing my video, I cannot tell you ,I felt as if my whole life had reduced to one moment of satisfaction wherein I didn't feel alone at all. The feeling of being surrounded by an amazing bunch of fellow warriors standing beside was surreal. I stand in solidarity to all the reformatory action the collective has been taking and looking forward to join hands to our never ending struggle towards equality ,also to lessen my own agony which I go through ,seeing the miserable lives of women around. Despite being criticized and targeted the every other day, the initiatives of the WCC inspire me upto no extent #refusetheabuse #WCC #ItsInOurHands Women in Cinema Collective". She then posted another video on Instagram and said, "Each voice has the audacity to be a warning alarm in the ears of an abuser. Every single action even at the smallest level has the capacity to make a change. Be it cinema or any other work place it's high time we women get our equal rights and space. It's high time we take a collective action against the cybercrimes increasing day by day especially against children and women .I hv took my first step by joining the campaign."
Each voice has the audacity to be a warning alarm in the ears of an abuser. Every single action even at the smallest level has the capacity to make a change. Be it cinema or any other work place it's high time we women get our equal rights and space. It's high time we take a collective action against the cybercrimes increasing day by day especially against children and women .I hv took my first step by joining the campaign @wcc_cinema @par_vathy @geetu_mohandas @anjalimenonfilms @ramyanambessan @poornimaindrajithofficial @manju.warrier @cloudy_pearl @priya12418 @the_puchka_girl @ritika_singh_shrinet @the_dark_girl_96 @nairaah_tabassum27 @jithujithuav @jithyaav @feminisminindia @thatfashionplate @jacksonsunny29 @frames_tillframed #refusetheabuse #anticyberabusecampaign #wcc #stopjudging #stopbullying
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