Popular distributor Tiruppur Subramaniam confirmed saying, "The team has given their consent to remove a few scenes and mute the controversial dialogues which have caused distress to ADMK supporters". He took to Twitter and wrote,"To protest for the removal of certain scenes from the movie and stop it from being screened after the Censor Board has certified it is against the law".
Though Vijay and AR Murugadoss Sarkar got below average talk, somehow the scenes about Section 49P and other scenes where the hero questions the ruling governments have struck a chord with the audiences.
Ever since its release, many AIADMK ministers and party cadres expressed their displeasure over certain scenes in the film. They claim that the film is depicting their party and the late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa in a bad light. A government that can't face criticism can go off the tangent.
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Fans of Notorious RBG , as she is sometimes known, immediately launched into grief - and action. "I'm now 85", Ginsburg said . But Ginsburg, the court's oldest sitting justice, has consistently been adamant that she has had no intentions of retiring.
A while ago Murugadoss tweeted, 'Police had come to my house late tonight and banged the door several times.Since I was not there they left the premises. "Commercialised politicians will soon be vanished and the good people would win", Haasan tweeted. Produced under the Sun Pictures banner with music by A. R. Rahman, the film has now gotten embroiled in a political controversy post its release with the state's ruling government.
According to trade experts, the film has collected Rs 100 crore in its first two days and has broken records in several places for actor Vijay.
He then enters politics and says that he will bring about a change in the society in one day.