Sai Pallavi issues clarification after Kashmiri Pandits remark, says 'will think twice before I speak my heart out'

New Delhi: 


courting controversy over her remarks on the exodus of Kashmiri pandits, Sai Pallavi has now issued a clarification. During an interview on the YouTube channel Great Andhra, the actor had condemned violence in the name of religion and said if the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits is wrong, so is cow vigilantism. 

Now, in an Instagram video, the actor said her intention was to convey that violence in the name of religion is a sin and said that her remarks were taken out of context. The actor added that she will think twice before speaking her heart. “I will be thinking twice before I speak my heart because I am anxious that my words may be misinterpreted,” she said.

Sai Pallavi said that the movie ‘The Kashmir Files’ and the cow lynching incident had a huge impact on her. It left me traumatised for days. 

“I was disturbed after I watched the Kashmir files. I would never belittle a tragedy like the genocide and the generations of people that are still affected by it. Having said that, I can never to terms with a mob lynching incident that had taken place during Covid times. I remember seeing that video and being shaken for days,” she said.  

“I believe that violence in any form is wrong and violence in the name of any religion is a huge sin,” she added.  

On the work front, Sai Pallavi’s Telugu film “Virata Parvam” hit the theatres this week. The movie, which also stars Rana Daggubati, is inspired by true events from the 1990s. It chronicles a love story against the backdrop of the Naxalite movement in the Telangana region.


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