Malavika’s Fitting Response To “Nayanthara Controversy” !!
- Lady Superstar
Malavika Mohanan responded to the controversy that linked her with “Lady Superstar” Nayanthara. Malavika said that her statement was completely took out of context by media portals and she never mentioned Nayanthara particularly. Malavika said that she really respect and admire Nayanthara as an actress and as her senior. She wanted people to calm down and also wanted the “tabloid” journalists not to make a fuss out of nothing.
Also Read : Lady Superstar Nayanthara Faced Casting Couch Issues?? Shocking Statement
Malavika Mohanan who rose to fame among Tamil audience after pairing up with Thalapathy Vijay in “Master”, is gearing up for the release of her upcoming Malayalam film “Christy”. The actress is pretty much busy giving interviews to media channel to promote the film in which she is going to pair up with Mathew Thomas, a 20 year old budding actor.
In one of the interviews, Malavika talked about the tag “Lady Superstar” and expressed her disbelief over it after the anchor asked her regarding the same. As soon as the video of the actress’s opinion released, fans started assuming that it is an indirect dig at actress Nayanthara who is fondly called as “Lady Superstar” by her fans and followers.
Earlier, Nayanthara and Malavika had a rift between them after the latter, in an interview, commented on the former’s make-up for a hospital scene. Highlighting it, Nayanthara, while promoting her recently released “connect” movie, said that the visions of filmmakers differs based on the script and making. While promoting her “Master” movie, Malavika Mohanan, in one of her interviews answered to a question on funny logics in Tamil cinema. Malavika said that there was a scene in a movie where a Superstar actress would be seen wearing perfect make-up in a hospital scene.
“I have seen really big superstar actress, in a hospital scene, where she is almost dying, she is in full make up. With full eye liner, hair done, not one hair out of place and I am like “how can a person be in a dying situation with her lipstick in place”. Even if it is a commercial film, even if you need to look pretty, it has to look little realistic. That is like logic gone out of the window” Malavika said in the interaction.
Watch video :
On seeing this statement from the actress, Netizens came up with a speculation predicting that she is referring to a hospital scene in Atlee’s Nayanthara. In a scene, Nayanthara, after getting unconscious, would be admitted in a hospital. The next day, when Arya comes to meet her in the hospital, the actress would be seen wearing make up with lipstick on.
Also Read : Malavika’s Reply To A Follower Who Asked Her Bikini Picture Is Trending !!
Recently, While promoting her “Connect”, Nayanthara answered to Malavika’s statement. “In hospitals, there will be people who would look after you. There’s a huge difference between a realistic film and a commercial film. I did some other make up and went for the shoot and my director said ‘you don’t have to be this much sober’. So that’s how they want me to be” Nayanthara said.
Watch video :
Now, one more statement made by Malavika Mohanan about being called as “Lady Superstar”, caused speculations among fans. When the host talked about whom she would tag ” Lady Superstar” title, Malavika said “I don’t believe in that term. We calling actors as “Superstar”, female actors can also be called as “Superstar”. I don’t understand this ” Lady” Superstar. That’s not necessary ” the actress said.
“Calling someone as “Superstar” is enough, right?? We call Deepika Padukone, Katrina Kaif and Alia Bhatt as “Superstar”, not “Lady” Superstar. So that’s enough” Malavika added.
Here’s the video :
On seeing her statement, a number of news portals came up with write-ups linking up Malavika’s statement with Lady Superstar Nayanthara.
Now, in a way of putting a full stop to everything, uploaded a tweet saying that her statement has nothing to do with Nayanthara. “My comment was about a term that is used to describe female actors & not about any specific actor. I really respect & admire Nayanthara, and as a senior really look up to her incredible journey. Can people please calm down. Especially the tabloid journos. Only ♥️ to Miss N” her tweet read.
Here’s her tweet :
My comment was about a term that is used to describe female actors & not about any specific actor. I really respect & admire Nayanthara, and as a senior really look upto her incredible journey. Can people please calm down. Especially the tabloid journos.
Only ♥️ to Miss N https://t.co/QyrfqOoJWU
— Christy (@MalavikaM_) February 12, 2023