Music Maestro AR Rahman has spoken up in the wake of #MeToo movement that has been ensuing over a fortnight. The Academy Award-winning music composer posted, “Been observing the #metoo movement… Some of the names have shocked me… both the victims and their perpetrators… I would love to see our industry become cleaner and respectful of women… More power to all the victims coming forward!!”
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“In all my endeavours, my team and I are committed to creating an environment where everyone finds a safe creative space to bring their best, evolve and succeed,” it added. Rahman’s statement comes amidst noted lyricist Vairamuthu has been accused by many women including singer Chinmayi of sexual harassment.
To all the allegations that have surfaced Vairamuthu said, “Allegations levelled against me are totally false, motivated. None should decide if I am a good or a bad person. Let the court decide. I will bow to the court’s verdict.”
— A.R.Rahman (@arrahman) October 22, 2018
— Chinmayi Sripaada (@Chinmayi) October 22, 2018