Gayathri Raguramm hits back at Vijay Sethupathi’s Master audio launch speech
Ever since Gayathri took on Vijay Sethupathi, the actor-choreographer is facing backlash on social media
Vijay Sethupathi, at the audio launch of Vijay-starrer Master, said not to trust people who claim to be the protectors of God. He also spoke against religion and asked everyone to trust humanity.
Sethupathi said, “Nothing will come from above to save us. Humans should save each other. God has been here for millions of years and it has never created anyone capable of saving it. God will save itself. So, don’t believe anyone who says they are going to save god. It's a scam!”
He also added, “Religion is an unnecessary link between humans and God.”
Vijay Sethupathi’s humanistic statement did not go down well with actor Gayathri Raguramm, who is also a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
In a series of tweets, she opposed the statements of Vijay Sethupathi and said he was hurting the sentiments of believers. In response, many reported her page and lashed out on her on the micro-blogging site.
Here are the tweets:
In today’s world if expect another human will help u lift u and be happy of ur growth is a joke. He must have lifted u because of his godliness and following god.— Gayathri Raguramm (@gayathriraguram) March 16, 2020
colours given for god according to religion is by human n colour given to no god believers is also by human. believing god is not bad nanba we will have ethics in life. There is no humanity when u ask them to stop believing what they believe/changing their beliefs. LiveNletlive.— Gayathri Raguramm (@gayathriraguram) March 16, 2020
To everyone in the film industry do not attack all god believers we have Hindus Muslims Christians Jains Buddhist sikhs etc. do not generalise about god in the name of attacking particular virus. You may directly attack the virus. There is deadlier virus (atheism)v r dealing with— Gayathri Raguramm (@gayathriraguram) March 16, 2020
i did not condemn it. He is free to talk anything it’s his democracy. I don’t agree with his view. my freedom. Not everyone will stop believing god or stop believing god believers just bcos vijaysethupathy said it. atheist will like his speech according to them that’s secularism. https://t.co/wYmJBpMScd— Gayathri Raguramm (@gayathriraguram) March 16, 2020