Malayalam actress Priya Prakash Varrier's Oru Adaar Love co-star Jipsa Beegam has filed a police complaint after some miscreants leaked her morphed photos online.
Jipsa, who plays a significant role in Oru Adaar Love, is the latest victim of cyber abuse. The actresses’ morphed and obscene pictures are being shared on various WhatsApp groups and also on social media.
The actress, who was also seen in the viral song ‘Manikya Malaraya Poovi’, stated that she would take the legal course in this matter to see that those who spread her morphed pictures on the Internet end up behind bars.
On her Facebook page, Jipsa posted a lengthy message saying she has been part of the Malayalam film industry since the last two years either as an executive producer or an actor and warns that grave punishments await those who made and shared her morphed pictures.
“I am writing this post with the say that I am not the very first victim of cybercrime. Such controversies don’t bother me and I have a personality of my own. So you all should see this post as a protest to that person or persons who have been insulting me, sitting in the virtual world of the Internet. I just have one thing to say to that person who morphed my face onto a headless obscene picture that you shouldn’t take out your frustrations on common people like us,” Jipsa wrote on Facebook.
"To those who enjoy those pictures thinking that those are mine, you shouldn’t forget that the Chinese phones won’t be as good as the real iPhone,” she added.
She has announced that she would a file a case regarding the same with the Kerala police. She further warned that the person may even be physically handled by the police who investigate the case.
Oru Adaar Love, directed by Omar Lulu, is a story on high school romance that features five couples. The movie is expected to release in June 2018.
“I thank all my friends and well-wishers who support me and stand with me through all struggles. I wouldn’t quit, and let me make one thing very clear. If I have to hit someone then I wouldn’t stop to do that,” Jipsa concludes her Facebook post.