Fans and followers craving for attention from their favourite cinema celebrities is common in today’s social media era. But threatening to kill themselves for just a “Hi” message from them ?? Feels a bit too weird, ain’t it ?? Well, that’s happening for past few days, especially since the lockdown implementation. Earlier, actress Nivetha Thomas schooled a follower who made similar demand in one of her social media post. Now, actress Aditi Balan who rose to fame among the mainstream audience through the critically acclaimed 2016 film “Aruvi”, faced similar situation and the actress handled it with uttermost care.
Aditi initially featured in the movie Yennai Arindhaal (2015) featuring in the song “Mazhai Vara poguthey” in which she comes as friend around Trisha. Her next film, Aruvi, was critically acclaimed and brought her much recognition and awards. She is one of the many tamil actresses who are active in Instagram and the actress is currently enjoying 2 lakh fourty thousand followers.
Recently she uploaded a post in her Instagram account where she could be seen posing with forest deers.
To this post of her, one of a follower named as Rahul, wrote a comment demanding a “Hi”. “If you fail to send “Hi”, I will commit suicide. I am going to die” he wrote with several crying emojis.
Here’s the screenshot of his comment :
Shocked Aditi Balan immediately replied to him by asking him not to use such words just like that. “son ,you need to learn in life that suicide is not something you talk about like this. This is not a way to scream for attention. Oru hi ku , varthaigal vidaadha.” said Aditi Balan and tried to make him understand about the value of life. However, the fan continued to express his emotions. “I don’t know what happened, I became so much affectionate with you. I love you so much” he replied.
Here’s the screenshot :
Actress Nivetha Thomas who got highly disappointed on seeing a similar response for one of her awareness tweet, replied to him by saying that it is not at all funny. She asked him not to post such insensitive statements ever again. The actress also slammed those who cheered his comment. “Apologise to yourself & delete your tweet for good. Take care.”
Is this supposed to be funny? It is not!— Nivetha Thomas (@i_nivethathomas) June 26, 2020
What you said here is wrong and I urge you not to utter insensitive, stupid statements like this ever again.
And to the ones cheering on, pls don’t be mindless fools.
Apologise to yourself & delete your tweet for good.
Comment your views on these kind of Internet users !!