Bhuvaneswari, a popular cine and TV actress was arrested last week for running a brothel and prostitution business in her residence.
In a follow up news, a Tamil daily has published a detailed report on Sunday (Oct 4) based on her confessions and naming a few Kollywood actresses who are also trading in sex. The daily also published the photographs of those actresses involving in brothel.
This report created a storm in Kollywood, though the daily published"regret" on Monday issue. The Nadigar Sangam chief Sarath Kumar took objection to the newspaper report and approached the Chennai city police commissioner T Rajendran to complain against the daily.
On Wednesday, a big meeting is being arranged by Nadigar Sangam to chalk out future plans including filing defamatory case against the daily and also filing a complaint against the daily with the Press Council of India.
Says Sarath Kumar: "The meeting on Wednesday will decide our future course of action. It is not right on the part of the daily to seek apology after publishing such objectionable material. The report has affected families of several artistes."
Meanwhile, the Nadigar Sangam chief Sarath Kumar and his aid Radharavi have announced a ban on the Daily from covering film events and giving film contents. But it is not in a written format, but just orally announced to the concerned reporters!