Recently the TV show JB Junction that appears on Kairali channel announced about host John Brittas’ interview with actor Meera Vasudevan. The promos of the show grabbed great attention and among other things, Meera also commented about her intimate scenes with Mohanlal in the much appreciated film, Thanmathra.
However, now Meera feels her interview was misrepresented and some intimate clippings from the film has been added “to make it look sensational”.
“When I did the show I had very particularly mentioned that I have a small child back home who is watching and judging not only me…” she writes.
The channel has reportedly denied the charges.
Here is Meera Vasudevan’s Facebook post, where she has expressed her thoughts about the controversial interview.
So JB Is airing on Saturday and Sunday. When I did the show I had very particularly mentioned that I have a small child back home who is watching and judging not only me but also judging my interviewer on the way the person is treating his mother. Anyway, a lot of my actual words have been misrepresented and clippings that I have not actually seen on the show like the intimate clipping from my most esteemed life-best film Thanmatra have been added separately to make it look sensational. A lot has been misappropriated and misrepresented in the messages and troll clippings put up on social media via the show JB Junction.
But in my heart, I stand strong and confident because I know that when someone misbehaves with us, it doesn't show badly on us but it only shows their true character. I didn't know much about this show but I had given my word to do it so I kept my word and did it. I am a professional and I am a confident, strong woman who believes that I have only amazingly supportive, intelligent and sensitive people watching what I say. When you promote something dirty about a woman, you must remember that you're not just insinuating her but also insulting all the women especially your own mother, sisters and wife in the process. Good luck and my heartfelt prayers and forgiveness to all those who get a thrill from demeaning people in the film industry. What goes around comes back around! That said, I am grateful for all your support, love and understanding...