Kamal Haasan who has been a constant supporter of Jallikattu campaign for the past few years has asked the animal rights activist group PETA to go back to the United States and ban bull riding rodeos there.
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Raghava Lawrence, who participated in the Jallikattu protest organized by youngsters in Marina Beach from day one, was admitted into a private hospital day before yesterday. Now, he has been admitted again today due to sustained neck pain and fever.
Actor Arvind Swamy has unmasked PeTA’s hypocrisy in its so-called quest to save animals around the world by revealing details of its killing spree of animals in U.S. in 2014.
Actor Suriya has served a notice on PeTA’s (People for Ethnic Treatment of Animals) India chapter asking it to tender apology for remarks made against him.
Not many leading actresses prefer taking up the role of a lead actress in a short film. Dhansika, who is on a high post the super-success of her last year’s film Kabali which had superstar Rajinikanth in the lead, has …
Actress Amala Paul of Mynaa and VIP fame has requested youngsters to stop the Jallikattu protest as their voice has been heard. The actress has also lauded that it’s one of the most peaceful protests in the history
STR, who had said that youngsters should take the final call and no one can force them to stop their protest has now, changed his decision and asked for Prime Minister’s intervention.
The way cops forcefully evacuated youngsters from Jallikattu protest at Marina has become debatable. ‘Ulaganayagan’ Kamal Haasan has called it a mistake while ‘Jigarthanda’ and ‘Iraivi’ director Karthik Subbaraj has condemned the action of Chennai cops.
Singer Chinmayi has been supporting the silent protest of youngsters to lift the Jallikattu ban for the last six days but the sudden violence break out has disappointed everyone.
A Family Court in Chennai has pulled up actress Rambha for not appearing in person in connection with the hearing of a custody filed by her.