Suchitra Krishnamoorthi, known for her role in Kabhi Haan Kabhi Naa with Shah Rukh Khan, is worried about the growing impact of the 'Orry' culture. She believes that the media focuses too much on how much celebrities' clothes cost and their other lifestyle-related content instead of celebrating their professional achievements. Ms Krishnamoorthi wants the media to talk more about people who have worked hard to achieve success on their own rather than just discussing what celebrities wear.
According to her, the Hindi film industry has transformed into what she calls a 'ticketed zoo.' In this scenario, visibility is prioritized over talent, and success is closely tied to popularity.
In a scathing post on X, formerly known as Twitter, Ms Krishnamoorthy delves into the psychology behind "Orry culture," attributing it to deep-seated insecurities and a desperate need for external validation. She argues that flaunting designer labels as a status symbol is a hollow attempt to compensate for a lack of genuine individuality and worth.
On his Insta stories, Orry asked who was the woman. He said what is the dangerous Orry culture she talks about. He said he did not know her socially so he was surprised that she spoke about him. Orry said he was confused in a sarcastic manner.