South actress Amala Paul did not get entry in the temple
South actress Amala Paul did not get entry into the temple: Complaint lodged in the visitor's book, alleging discrimination at Tiruvairanikulam temple
South actress Amala Paul had come to visit the Thiruvairanikulam Mahadev Temple in Kerala. Where they were not allowed to enter the premises. Amala then wrote a complaint in the visitor's book that she had been discriminated against on religious grounds. Like many other temples in Kerala, only Hindus get entry into Thiruvairanikulam Mahadeva Temple. Till now no official statement has come from Amla in this matter.
According to India Today's report, Amala reached the temple on Monday to visit, then she expressed her displeasure by writing in the visitor's book. Amala wrote in the book- It is sad and disappointing that religious discrimination still exists in 2023, I could not see the goddess, but I could feel her from a distance. I hope there will be a change in religious discrimination soon. A time will come when we will all be treated equally and not on the basis of religion.
Questions have been raised on the Tiruvairanikulam temple administration ever since the news came to the fore. According to media reports, the temple authorities said that they were only following the protocol. Trust Secretary Prasoon Kumar said- Devotees of many religions have come to visit the temple, but no one knows this. However, when a celebrity comes to visit, the issue is made.
Vaavi Amala, who has given many excellent films in South Industry, will soon be seen in Ajay Devgan's Bhola. Amala has also worked with stars like Allu Arjun, Naga Chaitanya, and Allu Arjun.