A Fit Example Of The Bizarreness Of The Star Worship Syndrome: Ram Gopal Varma On Darshan’s Case

Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, who is never known to mince his words when it comes to expressing his opinions on public matters, has shared his mind on the recent development involving Kannada star Darshan. For the uninitiated, the Bengaluru Police recently detained the Kannada star along with several others in connection with a murder case. Ram Gopal Varma has now reacted to this development. Read on to find out what he said…
Darshan

Director Ramgopal Varma, and Kannada actor Darshan.

Kannada star Darshan being detained in a murder case has shocked not just the Kannada film industry but also other neighbouring film industries.
Actor Darshan along with his friend Pavithra Gowda and several others have been detained by the Bengaluru police for questioning in connection with the murder of an individual identified as Renuka Swamy. After being detained, the suspects were produced before a court in Bengaluru, which later sent them to police custody for further investigation into the matter.

Star Worship Syndrome

Noted film director Ram Gopal Varma took to his social media handle, to express his views on the star worship culture prevalent in the country.
“A star using one die-hard fan to kill another die-hard fan who was interfering in his personal life is a fit example of the bizarreness of the star worship syndrome. Fans wanting to order how their stars should run their lives is a unavoidable side effect of the same syndrome,” the director wrote.

Renuka Swamy Was Darshan’s Fan

According to reports, the victim, Renuka Swamy, who was found murdered, was a fan of Darshan.
Reports suggest that Renuka Swamy was upset that Pavithra Gowda was interfering in the married life of his favourite actor and had hence sent messages to the latter.
Meanwhile, the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce (KFCC), the apex body of the Kannada cinema is meeting today to discuss on Darshan's issue. Several wings of the Kannada film industry including Artists Association will take part in the meeting today, June 13.
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