Thiruvananthapuram: Actor Unni Mukundan extended his wishes for ‘Vinayaka Chaturthi’ through a Facebook post, in which he also shared an image of Lord Vinayaka.
Followedby, one of the comments on his post inquired about the actor’s opinion on environmental degradation and littering, specifically related to the use of Lord Ganapathy’s idols. However, the actor’s response to this provocative comment is now going viral on the virtual platform.
This isn’t the first time cyber attacks have targeted Unni Mukundan’s Hindu faith and Facebook posts. Once again, he handled the situation calmly with a thoughtful response.
The actor stated that the idol-making industry is substantial, and people from all religions depend on it for their livelihood. He pointed out that any shortcomings in the industry would be addressed by municipal authorities or corporations. Additionally, he emphasized that nowadays, biodegradable materials are being used for making idols.
Furthermore, he added, ‘You should consider advocating for the closure of liquor and cigarette factories. They harm people and negatively impact society as a whole. Let me know how you plan to raise your voice against the consumption of alcohol and cigarettes. I will also join you in the effort to create a society free from liquor.’
This response from actor Unni Mukundan has garnered significant attention, and he has received numerous appreciations for handling such sensitive matters in a polite manner.