As he indicates, the laws and reforms should be for the sake of people not for the land or a particular geographical area…reports Asian Lite News.
Actor cum director Prithviraj is always alert to make strong comments on social issues. His latest comment against reforms implemeted by the authorities in Lakshadweep has grabbed the social media attention instantly. He took to Facebook to make people aware of the of rules and regulations that the small group of people have to obey without any word or reaction.
The hero opens his post by sharing his wonderful memories of Lakshadweep in school time. Later he had to go to the mesmerizing land as part of films like late director Sachy’s ‘Anarkali’ and his own directorial debut ‘Lucifer’ starred by Mohanlal.
“For the last few days, I’ve been getting desperate messages from people I know and do not know from these islands, requesting and sometimes even pleading for me to do what I can to bring public attention to what is going on there. I’m not going to go on and write an essay about the islands and why the new administrator’s “reforms” seem completely bizarre”, writes Prithviraj.
As he indicates, the laws and reforms should be for the sake of people not for the land or a particular geographical area.
He concludes his post by asking the authority to revert the current system of dilemma. Prithviraj requests the authority to do for the betterment of the beautiful place on the earth and the most beautiful people over there.
The beautiful island is under threat and the administration is systematically destroying the livelihood of the people with wicked policies or norms. Many of his co-stars and people in the industry and outside have shared and commented on his post on Lakshadweep. Some of the political parties have also taken the issue to the next level by sending a letter to President Ram Nath Kovind requesting to recall the “anti-people” Lakshwadeep administrator Praful Khoda Patel in Lakshadweep.
Prithviraj has many Malayalam films lined up for release. He will be seen in “Bhramam”, which is the Malayalam remake of Hindi film “Andhadun”, following which he has “Theerppu”, “Kaduva”, “Barroz: Guardian Of D’gama’s Treasure.”