Published: Sat, November 10, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Objectionable scenes in film 'Sarkar' cut, Tamil Nadu government thanks crew

Objectionable scenes in film 'Sarkar' cut, Tamil Nadu government thanks crew

He took it on his official Twitter handle and wrote that "When the censor board has cleared the film, holding protests and demanding for removal scenes is against the law".

In a related legal development, the Madras High Court Friday restrained the police from arresting the film's director A R Murugadoss till November 27. Vijay, Keerthy Suresh, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Yogi Babu and Radha Ravi played lead roles in Sarkar that is produced by Sun Pictures. Now, as the makers of the film Sun Pictures Tweeted, police have been at the director's home to arrest him.

They also demanded certain scenes to be removed from the film.

However, recently in an interview, TTV Dhinakaran revealed that Komalavalli is not the birth name of Jayalalithaa.

The AIADMK's objection was to the scene that showed the actor throwing out mixie and grinder - given free by the government to the poor - into the fire. "So the issue has come to an end".

To a question, Raju said the party's opposition had nothing to do with criticism of the government as a film earlier had even made some references to AIADMK founder and late Chief Minister M G Ramachandran, who enjoyed cult status among the masses.

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"The new Sarkar won't be one that hurts sentiments".

"The protests will not continue", he said.

AIADMK has alleged that scenes in the movie criticise previous Tamil Nadu Government of J Jayalalithaa.

"We have nothing to do with the film or Vijay", Raju said describing the star as a "dear friend".

If the grapevine is anything to go by, "Sarkar" team has agreed to mute scenes that have been termed controversial.

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