Ritika Singh, an emerging Kollywood actress who appeared in the films Irudhi Chuttru and Oh My Kadavule, seems disappointed. She expresses her sadness to the public about the injustices being committed against women. Ritika highlights how people use female celebrities as subjects for jokes and memes. Unlike others, celebrities are also humans and have family members on social media who would be hurt by public jokes.
The actress has won the hearts of the audience with her movie, Oh My Kadavule. It’s the blockbuster romantic comedy film of the year. Ritika stands out for selecting the best scripts for her role. Besides this, her performance in Irudhi Suttru made her win the Aational Award at the 63rd National Film Awards for not dubbing her role.
Besides acting, Ritika is a mixed martial artist and a kickboxer trained by her father since childhood.She was approached by Sudha Kongara in the Super Fight League. In 2009, the actress made her Asian Indoor Games debut as a Kickboxer in the 52-kg category in the national competition.
Ritika has also worked in films like Shivalinga and Aandavan Kattalai. Her social media is always updated with her daily routines. The young actress recently opened up to the public about sexual harassment. She highlights how sexual harassment leaves scars on both male and female bodies and souls.
She brings up her concern for the school-going children and how important it is to teach “respect” to this generation. The actress highlights how the poor play the victim because they cannot raise their voices.
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She says, “Women are not objects or properties.”
People cannot take pictures and make memes out of them. It’s heartbreaking if any family member gets to see double meaning memes of their own child. It is past time for people to be treated with dignity, regardless of their position in society. Ritika highlights the importance of teaching self-defense at the school level.