Twitter Spaces helps rediscover Chinmayi Sripada's voice, long stifled by trolls for levelling #MeToo allegations
What Twitter Spaces concerts did was change the public perception of Chinmayi Sripada. They introduced a girl who breaks into gibberish or scolds herself when she misses a beat or lyric. A far cry from her perceived angry-young-woman avatar online.
What’s not to love about women who throw off the shackles of celebrityhood to lend their voices to worthy causes, cuss, fight and love on their own terms?
#MeToo promises to make Carnatic music a safer, more ethical space, but it will take a while to get there
#MeToo has become a force to reckon with in the world of Carnatic music
Tamil film industry non-committal over Chinmayi Sripada's sexual harassment claims against Vairamuthu
From Bharathiraja to Kamal Haasan, Tamil film industry veterans have not supported Chinmayi Sripada as wholeheartedly as Bollywood has supported its survivors.
The album of 96 consists of eight eclectic tracks in total and features uplifting vocals of Chinmayi Sripada and Pradeep Kumar
The recent arrest of two men in Tamil Nadu for harassing and threatening south Indian playback singer Chinmayi Sripada on Twitter and social media showed the country how even the virtual world is unsafe for women in India.