Khushbu Sundar found herself in the middle of controversy when her voice note disrespecting the press people went viral on social media.

ctress-politician Khushbu Sundar is mired in a controversy after her private voice message to the small screen producers found its way to the media. She had sent the voice note on a WhatsApp group consisting of television producers. The leaked voice note did not go down well with the media as she disrespected the press in it.

Hours after the voice message found its way to the internet, Khushbu took to Twitter to defend herself. She said that the voice note was edited and apologised to the press for hurting their sentiments.

Khushbu, along with several small screen technicians, has been holding meetings with the Tamil Nadu government regarding the serial shoots. After 70 days, many television serials resumed shoot yesterday. On the WhatsApp group, she sent a voice note requesting producers not to allow any media on the serial sets.

She said, “Make sure you don’t give them a chance to take photos or videos. They are waiting to rip us apart. The press people do not have any news other the Covid-19 right now. So, they would be waiting to publish something about us once shooting resumes. So, please take care.”

After the voice note went viral, Khushbu wrote, “My voice message, an edited version, regarding the press is making rounds. It has gone from our producers’ group n I am ashamed to say we have such cheap minds among us. My intentions were clear n not meant to disrespect the press. Its a tone you speak within friends. (sic).”

She further revealed that she has never disrespected media in her career spanning 34 years. “My respect for the press is for all to see and journalists can vouch for that. Not even once in my 34yrs of cinema they would have ever seen or heard me speaking to them nor about them in disrespect. The voice message is half. But my sincere apologies if I have hurt any of you,” her tweet read.

She further revealed that she has never disrespected media in her career spanning 34 years. “My respect for the press is for all to see and journalists can vouch for that. Not even once in my 34yrs of cinema they would have ever seen or heard me speaking to them nor about them in disrespect. The voice message is half. But my sincere apologies if I have hurt any of you,” her tweet read.

Khushbu Sundar also stressed on the fact that she will continue her good work and won’t let these controversies affect her.

Source: India Today

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