Nilani released a controversial video against Tuticorin Sterlite protest : Chennai cops book actress Nilani

Nilani released a controversial video against Tuticorin Sterlite protest : Chennai cops book actress NilaniNilani is well known face for Kollywood and TV audiences. Nilani was born in Chennai, Tamil Nadu and made her acting debut in Tamil television serial ‘Thendral’ along with Deepak Dinkar, helmed by D Kumaran and bankrolled  by Vikatan Televistas Pvt Ltd. Nilani has reportedly landed in trouble after posting a video over Sterlite protest in Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu.  A case has been registered against the actress by The Vadapalani cops in Chennai and the sources say that she can be arrested any time now.

Nilani has shared the screen space with well known stars like Apsar, Adams, Ashwin Kumar and Dharish Jayeelan.  She has also appeared in some popular serials  like Bhairavi Aavigalukku Priyamanaval, Priyasaki, Sundharakandam etc.

Nilani shared a video on her Facebook where the actress is seen talking about the shooting at the anti-Sterlite protestors in Tuticorn. In the video, she was seen wearing a khakhi uniform and apparently  the actress posted the video clip from the shooting spot.

Tamil actress Nilani said that she felt ashamed to be wearing khakhi uniform. The sources say that she has been booked under four sections of the Indian Penal Code.

The movement for the closure of Vedanta’s Sterlite Copper plant turned bloody on the 100th day of the agitation as 11 people, including two women and  a teenager, were killed when police opened fire on rampaging protesters in Tuticorin on Tuesday. More than 65 people were  injured in the clashes between agitated protestors and police officials.  Thousands of protesters had gathered to mark the 100th day of protest against the expansion of UK-based Vedanta Resources’ Copper plant in its Thoothukudi factory, Tamilnadu.

 The agitation began at Kumarattiyapuram village on the outskirts of city on 12th February. In a statement Sterlite Copper said, “It is with great sorrow and regret that we witnessed  this incidents around the protest at Tuticorin.”