Telugu artist, Sri Reddy, who stripped and staged a protest on Saturday, demanding justice for not getting work in Telugu film industry, said that 'Telugu girls' do not get opportunities in the Tollywood industry.
Speaking to ANI, Sri Reddy said, "Telugu girls are not getting chances in the Tollywood industry. Some industry people are just using the girls and not giving them opportunities in the movies."
The incident took place in Film Nagar, where the artist removed her clothes, gathering a huge crowd.
Following this, Banjara hills police reached the spot and urged the artist to file a formal complaint, to which Reddy refused and continued her protest.
"She didn't register complaint and was removed from the spot as she was creating a nuisance. We'll take action after watching the CCTV footage," Assistant Commissioner of Police Banjarahills, KS Rao told ANI.
The controversial artist was in news earlier for alleging sexual exploitation in Tollywood and having controversial arguments on TV debates about "whores" and "brokers" in the film industry.