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Sri Reddy Mallidi Telugu Actress

Sri Reddy Mallidi

Sri Reddy Mallidi, known as Sri Reddy, is an Indian film actress and has worked predominantly for Telugu film and television industry. She is born on 12th June 1992 and belongs from Vijayawada, India. She commenced her career as a newsreader, and then, she worked as a VJ and hosted few entertainment events too. She has also worked in some of the print shoots and TV Commercial Ads. After sometimes, she proceeded towards her acting career. She made her debut in "Neenu Naana Abaddam"(2011), directed by Govind Varha. She acted as a heroine in her second thriller movie"Aravind 2"(2013), directed by Shekhar Suri. This movie is an inspiration from an English movie," Friday the 13th" and is a sequel of "A film by Aravind." Her new movie "Zindagi" is yet to get released in 2019. She became famous for her controversies and some hideous revelations about the film industry. She has created an uproar by disclosing the drab and dark reality of Tollywood. She has stated that she was forced into prostitution by Telugu producer Mogudumidi Kishan and his wife Chandra in the US. The USA authorities caught a sex racket which was run by this NRI couple and there were many Telugu actresses who were reportedly involved in the racket. She became a news sensation when she protested against the film industry, and her being the victim of casting couch, by stripping on the streets, outside the Movie Artistes’ Association (MAA) headquarters ‘Telugu Film Chamber of Commerce’ in Film Nagar. She accused Abhiram Daggubati, son of the Telugu film producer Suresh Babu, of sexual harassment. She released some of the pictures on the social media. She got arrested under Section 294 of the IPC (obscene acts in public place) for the semi-nude protest in front of the cameras. She can be called a badass woman to protest against the sexual abuse undergone by the actresses of Telugu film industry. Her courage was tremendously appreciable. She has expressed her views that 95% actresses of the film industry have been the victim of the casting couch. She can be the motivation for many such women suffering from exploitations.

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