South Indian film actresses are increasingly being featured in the fake MMS clips that are now in circulation in many South Indian film cities. Sensational actress Nayantara, the highest paid actress in South has now complained to the Police alleging that she has been featured in a fake MMS clip which is now in circulation. Nayantara has done many steamy sequences in many films including in her forthcoming film Sathyam in which she is reported to have participated in a lip lock kissing sequence. Her Bikini dress in the film Billa released last year made more news. It is a fact that this Mallu girl is giving tough competition to her competitors down south by being bolder on the screen.
The fake MMS clip is showing Nayantara in a compromising pose with Tamil Actor Silambarasan. The actress has alleged in her complaint filed on 23rd July in Chennai that her rivals in the industry have been circulating the fake MMS clip which originated from Tiruchirapalli in Tamil Nadu. Nayantara denies her presence in any photo or Video of the MMS clip and has said that her face has been morphed.
"This is the work of rivals jealous of my fame and they want to spoil the August release of Kuselan and Satyam, both big budget ventures in which I play lead roles' says Nayantara without naming any of her rivals. This statement she has made to one of Tamil Newspaper.
However, it was also a fact that both Silambarasan and Nayantara were very close to each other to the extent that media had time and again written many things about their affair. But the relationship was broken after some days after which Nayantara refused to have anything to do with Silambarasan.
Reports say that the allegedly morphed clip of Nayantara had originated in Tiruchirapalli on Sunday the 20th July. Since then the MMS clip has been widely circulated and this had come to the notice of Nayantara immediately and then she had decided to file a police complaint. Reports from Chennai suggested that no arrests have been made so far.
A veteran Kannada film director says that fake videos and MMS clips of hugely popular heroines can not be avoided in these times when large section of people have become technical savvy. "We should just feel that it is an occupational hazard. But since the reputation the of concerned actresses are at stake, Police complaints are being filed. But who can really investigate whether the MMS clips or fake or real? I really don't know how Police would go into investigating such complaints. That is why we have not heard of any complaints that were filed by other South Indian actresses earlier' says the director requesting anonymity.
Earlier, South Indian actresses like Thrisha, Jyotika, Sneha, Kushboo, Shakeela, Meghna Naidu and Namitha have been claiming that they are also victims of such fake MMS clips. Thrisha's bathing sequence was in circulation two years ago and the actress had also lodged a Police Complaint. Meghna Naidu's kissing sequence was also in circulation.