Tweeting a story by TNM, Tharoor said that although he hadn't watched the film, he supported Parvathy's right to express her views.
While some people from the industry such as Sidhique justified trolls, Kerala's Finance Minister Thomas Isaac also stood up for Parvathy, and lauded her for winning the best actress award at IFFI and condemned the abuse.
It was on the sidelines of an open forum at the worldwide film festival of Kerala in state capital Thiruvananthapuram earlier this month that she had advocated against glorifying prejudice against women on screen.
The silence by senior actors, including Mammootty has been deafening.
The actress had filed a complaint against cyber-bullying she had to face after she termed "Kasaba" a "misogynistic" movie.
The Qarib Qarib Singlle actor had recently called the dialogues in Kasaba "misogynist". Slamming the miscreants sending rape threats and derogatory remarks to Parvathy, Mammootty said he hadn't appointed anyone to speak for or defend him in any issue.
In an interview to a Malayalam portal, Mammootty has finally made a decision to talk about the issue. The investigation officers said that more arrests were likely in the days to come. While two arrests have been made in the issue based on the complaint lodged by Parvathy, the cyber crime officials are still working towards nabbing those abusers who have threatened the actress.
Parvathy questioned this first and she got a lot of criticism from the fans of Malayalam Megastar Mammootty.