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#MeToo Chinmayi campaigner was terminated from Tamil Nadu dubbing union, the singer said & # 39; 96 & # 39; the last film – The New Indian Express



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The #MeToo singer, voice actor and #MeToo sexual harassment campaign leader, Chinmayi Sripaada, apparently, has been dismissed from the Tamil Nadu union, which said it had not paid "subscription fees" for the past two years.

In October this year, he made allegations of sexual offenses against veteran lyricist Vairamuthu. He also supports two women accused of sexual harassment Radha Ravi who heads Cine South India, Artist Television, and Dubbing Artistes Union (SICTADAU). Incidentally, Chinmayi tweeted about Radha Ravi on October 9, stating, "I can see my Dubbing career rising in smoke now. He heads the union dubbing. "

The singer, who is on a concert tour in the US, brings to Twitter to inform him that his membership has been terminated without discussion or written communication, and only messages sent to him.

This effectively means that he can no longer be dubbed in Tamil films, because filling in union membership is obligatory to work in the industry.

In a series of tweets, he mentioned that the recent film, 96 (which he voiced for Trisha Krishnan) would be his last film as a voice actor, if the termination continued. He continued to add that it was indeed a good film to end his Tamil voiceover career.

In NewsMinute reportRadha Ravi denied that she had been a member of Cine South India, Television Artist, and Dubbing Artistes Union for two years. He said that the judge overseeing the union dubbing election had stated that he could not become a member because he did not pay his membership fees.

He was also quoted as saying that, "Over the past two years, he has been released and allowed to dub only because he is a famous artist."

Chinmayi, who has worked as a sound artist from 2006, has been at the forefront of highlighting claims of sexual harassment in the Indian music industry, in what is widely regarded as the Indian movement I Also.

He accused sexual abuse at the hands of Vairamuthu in a series of tweets about a month ago. In addition, he also highlighted claims made by others against the Thyagarajan OS, Raghu Dixit, Mandolin U Rajesh, playback singer Karthik, and several other Carnatic musicians.

(With input from Express News Service)


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