Actress-singer Suchitra Krishnamoorthi, who had recently tweeted against the 'aggressive/ear shattering call' for azaan, on Wednesday lodged a police complaint against the 'abusive' tweets posted by netizens in response to her remarks, an official said.

Image Source: Twitter/Suchitra Krishnamoorthi

Based on her complaint, police registered a case against four persons, the official added.

Krishnamoorthi, 41, had criticised the 'aggressive/ear shattering call' for azaan, saying she does not need public loudspeakers to remind her of God.

Her tweets were met with both praise and scorn. While some commended her for talking about the issue, others called her an attention-seeker.

Some users even made abusive and sexually-coloured remarks against her, following which she approached suburban Oshiwara police and filed a complaint.

"Based on her complaint, police registered a case under IPC sections 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) and 67 (a) (punishment for publishing or transmitting of material containing sexually explicit act), against four persons," a senior police official said.

Suchitra's comments come after Sonu Nigam had tweeted a similar opinion in April, dubbing use of loudspeakers for broadcasting sermons and calls to prayers as hooliganism.

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