“It is our responsibility to make sure that we do not let these incidents happen again,”said Kamal Haasan during the ‘Bigg Boss’ episode. He also visited Subhasri’s house and offered condolences to her parents.
The Makkal Needhi Maiam founder added: “Subhasri’s death is not the first such incident. In 2017, Ragu lost his life in Coimbatore. A lot of people might say that the banner might not have anything to do with politics. But it becomes politics when you bring notices of marriages onto the streets. There is no need for such big banners to announce marriages, birthdays and death anniversaries.”
Vijay has asked his fans not to erect banners during the audio launch of ‘Bigil’ later this week. Speaking at a press meet of ‘Kaappaan’, Suriya said, “Like I have done before, I humbly request everyone to stop this banner culture. It is not necessary at all. Let us not continue doing this, especially after an incident like this has happened.”
Ajith fans have voluntarily come forward not to erect banners or cutouts henceforth. While actor Aari said, “Subhasri was driving home from work. But she never reached home. Will we ever get her life back? Our entire system needs to change.”