Close on the heels of sexual abuse and harassment faced by her colleagues Bhavana and Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Sneha has come out with a statement.
Sneha has promised in her letter that as a mother, she will teach her son to look at women with respect and treat them with the dignity that they amply deserve.
She condemned the acts against her colleagues and also the two small girls Rithika and Nandhini who lost their lives to the lust of animals masquerading as humans.
Already, Miya George has expressed worry over the safety of actresses.
The Amarakaviyam and Indru Netru Naalai actress, who was last seen in the recent release RUM, has said no one has the right to ill-treat women.
“This is so shocking! It is not possible to have a man accompanying us every time we travel as a part of our profession,” she said.
“Usually it is the mothers who accompany most actors. But once we leave the state it is not possible. So we are on our own, trusting the travel and stay arrangements made by the production team,” she said.
She added: “This incident has been an eye-opener for our fraternity that we have to be more careful in future.”
Miya stated more: “Bhavana was travelling as a part of her work. Her perpetrators should be scared now that she has filed a complaint.”