Media Didn't Change Much Reporting News of Celebrities?

Wed Jun 29 2022 18:58:24 GMT+0530 (IST)

Whenever any celebrity or family member of a celebrity dies, a lot of media reports on the causes of death will emerge confusing the readers. We have seen this when celebrities like Puneeth Rajkumar and Singer KK passed away. However, it appears like the trend of media reports emerging in such cases will not stop.



It is known that senior actress Meena's husband Vidyasagar passed away the other day. Though the family shared the news with a lot of grief, the family members did not mention the actual cause of the death and the private hospital in Chennai which treated him also did not reveal any cause.

With this, a lot of reports emerged saying that Vidyasagar might have lost his life to Covid due to post-Covid complications as he developed a lung infection. Reports said that Vidyasagar has been suffering from lung infection due to Covid.

Now it appears like Vidyasagar's death is not related to Covid. Senior actress and Tamil Nadu BJP leader Khushbu Sundar reacted to the death and said that though Vidyasagar developed Covid, the virus is not the only reason behind the death and she appealed to the media to be responsible.

"I very humbly request the media to be little responsible. Meena's husband had covid 3 months back. Covid worsened his lung condition. Pls do not send out a wrong message & create any kind of fear or cause flutter by saying we lost Sagar to covid. Yes we need to cautious, but pls," she tweeted.

Unfortunately, this is not the first time the media did something like that. When actress Sridevi and Jaya Prakash Reddy passed away, the media showed extra enthusiasm while reporting the news. Looks like the media has not changed much in this matter.