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A few months ago, actress Sri Reddy stripped in public and made quite a few shocking claims about the Telugu film industry. During her 'protest', she said that several top producers exploit 'local girls' before ultimately showing them the door. She also claimed that they prefer casting girls from Mumbai in their films and neglect the local talent. Thereafter, the controversial lady made a few shocking claims about the likes of Kona Venkat and Koratala Siva, and this left everyone in a state of shock.
Not surprisingly, her actions drew sharp reactions from many in the industry. Actor Vishal even went to the extent of asking her to provide evidence to back her claims. Now, actress Andrea Jeremiah has commented on the ongoing controversy and supported Sri Reddy.
The Aval star said that if Sri Reddy's claims are true, she must be praised for speaking about her experiences in public. She added that if she is right, then those who have wronged her should be punished in the worst way possible.
"If what Sri Reddy saying is true, then it takes a strong heart to reveal it. I've never faced any allegations like that, but if someone faces things like that, saying it openly is correct and the people behind this should be punished," - (sic) she said.
Andrea went on to add that she has never faced such a thing in her career.
Well, the lady has not minced words while commenting on the issue and it will be worth seeing if her remarks ruffle a few feathers. On a related note, Andrea was last seen in the recently released Vishwaroopam 2, which hit the screens on August 10, 2018. She will next be seen in director Vetrimaaran's Vada Chennai. The gangster-drama features Dhanush in the lead.