Tamilians object to ‘stereotyping’ in Karan Johar’s Meenakshi Sundareshwar

Meenakshi Sundareshwar have released on 5th November on Netflix

Sanya Malhotra and Abhimanyu Dassani starrer ‘Meenakshi Sundareshwar’ have released a week ago and it is currently streaming on Netflix. Soon after its release, many Tamilians have objected to the way their culture has been stereotyped once again by a Hindi movie. Some have mentioned how Tamilian don’t ‘speak like this or have a shrine for actor Rajinikanth at their home.

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Enraged Twitter users took their Twitter handles to share reviews of the movie and called out the makers for the ‘cringe-fest. A Twitter user wrote: “Meenakshi Sundareshwar is cringe as expected but why is that boy asking everyone about his ‘father in lungi’ when he is wearing a mundu? You would think K Jo would atleast get that right after ALL these years.”

Another angry netizen tweeted, “Dear Hindi film industry people, as a self-respecting Tamizhan, I request you to stop trying to represent us with your stupid a** movies and your stereotypical notions of who Tamilians are. We still have a horrible hangover with your Lungi dance. Thank you. #MeenakshiSundareshwar.”



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Helmed by Vivek Soni, and produced under Karan Johar’s banner Dharmatic Entertainment, ‘Meenakshi Sundareshwar’ is a story of a young newly married couple who tries to make their relationship work through long-distance.

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