Controversial Sarkar Scenes Cut, No More AIADMK Protests: Minister

Ruben Ruiz
November 10, 2018

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".

The case came up for hearing this afternoon and the judges have ordered the police to file their cases and not to arrest A. R. Murugadoss till November 27th when the hearing has been adjourned to. They also said that the objectionable content was already censored by the makers.

'Sarkar, ' produced by Sun Pictures, stars Vijay and Keerthi Suresh in key roles, and was released on November 6. A scene where a mixer grinder was being burnt has been deleted. Also a woman character's name, apparently referring to the late AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa, was muted after backlash from the ruling party workers. Its tweet read, "Police reach director AR Murugadoss residence to arrest him". Following the controversy over Sarkar film, AR Murugadoss had applied for anticipatory bail at Madras High Court.

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"The protests (against the film) will not continue", he told reporters here. Information and Publicity Minister Kadambur C Raju said, "We believe they (Sarkar team) have realised that they have hurt people's sentiments and have come forward to remove the is welcome".

While rightly conceding that there was no relationship between the state government and the Central Board of Film Certification, Raju, however, said, "But still, it has come to our attention".

He particularly pointed out at the government backing Vijay when his film "Mersal" ran into trouble with the Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) ahead of its release past year.

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