Nithya Menon Makes A Startling Confession, Claiming She Was Harassed For Six Years By A Viral Film Reviewer

Nithya stated that she went through all of this when her mother was undergoing treatment for cancer without disclosing the reviewer's identity.

By Fitha Fathima, August 08, 2022 10:53 IST

Recently, Nithya Menon spoke up about being bullied by a young person and a film critic who is well-known for his eccentric film reviews on social media. This startling disclosure was revealed by the Ok Kanmani actress during one of her recent interviews for the movie 19 (1). Nithya further disclosed that the viral film critic had caused her parents just as much distress.
 
Nithya stated that she went through all of this when her mother was undergoing treatment for cancer without disclosing the reviewer's identity. 'The true fools are those who believe everything he says. He has been bothering me for a long time now. He started talking about me in public once he went viral. I've been bothered by him for more than six years. Despite everyone urging me to report a crime, I have been incredibly patient. He would make phone calls to my parents' phones. After losing their patience, even they were forced to speak up. He would frequently call, even when my mother was battling cancer. I have witnessed my parents, who are always kind and composed, yell at him. I told them to block his phone number. In a recent interview, Nithya stated, 'I had to block about thirty phone numbers that he owns.
 
Nithya Menon, who most recently appeared in the judicial drama '19 (1) (a)' with Vijay Sethupathi, will play one of the roles in Dhanush's upcoming movie, Thiruchitrambalam. Thiruchitrambalam, written and directed by Mithran Jawahar, is scheduled for release on August 18, 2022. Under the name Sun Pictures, Kalanithi Maran is the producer of the movie.

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