Chennai: With the ruling AIAMDK opposed to the Vijay-starring "Sarkar" over certain scenes and a character's name, the producer and director of the Tamil movie have obtained CBFC's permission to voluntarily delete some visuals and mute some dialogues, said an official.
Vijay's Sarkar has finally given up under the huge pressure from the ruling AIADMK and its makers have agreed to edit parts of the movie seen critical of the ruling party, and former chief minister J Jayalalithaa who died in 2016.
The ruling AIADMK was up in arms against Tamil film star Vijay's Diwali release "Sarkar" for its reported reference to former chief minister J Jayalalithaa, besides the alleged depiction of certain government schemes in a bad light.
Scenes showing people burning freebies like mixers and grinders had been removed.
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"It is against the law to hold protests seeking removal of some scenes from a Censor board certified film and trying to stall the screening and damaging the banners", he tweeted. The police later clarified that the cops had not gone to Murugadoss' residence to arrest him as no FIR has been registered against the director. It also said that no viewer was offended by what they saw. "So the issue has come to an end", Raju said. A government that can't face criticism can go off the tangent.
AR Murugadoss directed "Sarkar", a political thriller, hit the screens on Tuesday. State ministers had called for the deletion of these scenes and threatened to take the legal route against the film, even as protests erupted in different parts of the state.
Thalapathy Vijay's Sarkar seems to run into controversies.