Rajinikanth and Kamal Hassan responded on Sarkar Controversy

Brenda Watkins
November 9, 2018

A rough translation of his tweet says: "Once the censor board certifies a film, staging protests to demand the removal of certain scenes, obstructing the screenings, and tampering with the banners are all unlawful activities". Directed by A.R. Murugadoss, "Sarkar" movie revolved around contemporary political system.

And then, today the AIADMK government of TN has condemned that Superstar Vijay made politically motivated comments against their part in the film. Ever since the movie released, party cadres have been protesting outside various theatres in Tamil Nadu and indulged in damaging the banners of the film and cut-outs of Vijay. They claim that the film is depicting their party and the late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in a bad light.

The AIADMK was up in arms against "Sarkar" with senior AIADMK ministers demanding deletion of the contentious scenes, besides threatening to initiate legal action if the film crew failed to comply. He took to Twitter and lashed out at the people involved in this unruly act.

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"It isn't new for this government to act and pressurize against a film like Sarkar, which has completed its censor formalities properly".

Actor Rajinikanth has strongly condemned these actions. A government that does not have the guts to face a criticism can go off the tangent. As the actor is debuting in Tamil soon, he certainly needs to bag the love of all the star heroes fans.

The movie which has successfully minted 100 crores within two days of opening is getting a mixed reaction from the public. He then digs deep into the matter, stirring up a political turmoil.

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