#LetHerRestInPeace Say Telugu Actors As Sridevi's Death Turns Into A Media Circus

The Telugu film industry has taken it upon itself to shut these mindless controversy theories around Sridevi's death

Sridevi’s death has turned into a blood-curdling circus with TV news channels across the nation stooping to an all-new low. Telugu film industry has taken it upon themselves to shut down these mindless controversy theories about Sridevi’s death, with the hashtag #LetHerRestInPeace.

Not even two days have passed since Indian film industry’s first female superstar, Sridevi, passed away but Indian media organisations and some ‘extremely concerned’ fans have made it a point to offer unwarranted and ridiculous theories of what caused the actress’ sudden demise. TV news channels have been on an overdrive since the time Dubai police informed the public that there was alcohol present in her blood sample, and that her death was caused by accidental drowning in the bathtub.

Sample these:

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Sridevi Death

 

Sridevi death

It is shameful that even Dubai media had to reprimand Indian media and ask them to be patient:

 

Also readThe Gossip Around Sridevi’s Death Reflects Everything Wrong With India’s Celebrity Culture

Indian celebrities across the spectrum, specially Telugu celebrities have united against all these mindless theories being projected as ‘new twist and turn’ in the case and are collectively tweeting #LetHerRestInPeace to shut all these media organisations:

 

This well-thought initiative has only reinstated our faith that humanity is alive.

Also readSridevi And The Art Of Keeping It Current

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