Monday, December 14, 2015

New twist in the controversial Tamil ‘Beep Song’!

The controversial Tamil song ‘Enna P*******Ku love panrom…’ popularly termed as the ‘beep song’ is the latest addition in the series of offensive lyrics that are going from worse to worst. 

The song that disgraces womanhood as it demeans women’s private parts has attracted stern criticism from both film fraternity and wrath of social women cell. 

The All India Democractic Women's Association (AIDWA) have even lodged a complaint with the Coimbatore police seeking strict action against singer Tamil film actor Silambarasan (Simbu) and composer Anirudh Ravichander, who became a national craze with his Dhanush song 'Kolaveri Di', for disrespecting women.


Based on the complaint the police have registered a case under Indecent Representation of Women Act, 509 IPC and 67 of Information Technology Act against the duo Simbu and Anirudh. 

However in a swift change of action both Simbu and Anirudh have declined their association with the song! 

Anirudh who is in Canada doing a music concert dedicated to the flood victims of Chennai in a statement has categorically disassociated himself from the song saying, “I would like to clarify my stand on the subject. It is neither my composition nor my lyrics and I am not the singer. Unfortunately to my dismay my name has been unnecessarily dragged into this controversy even though I am not in any way connected.”

Showing his reverence towards ladies he wrote, “I wish to reiterate I have the greatest regard and respect for women putting to rest all speculations on this subject."

Like Anirudh, Simbu too has taken a U-Turn stating that someone had stolen his song and released it online and thereby has invaded his privacy. 

To support his son Simbu's father T Rajendar, famous filmmaker, has also filed a complaint with the Cyber Crime Cell alleging the song is a clever attempt to disgrace his son. In a press release he said, “The song has been cunningly plagiarized by someone as it is a rough composed song with dummy words without proper lyrics along with some interpolate words.”