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Police at Murugadoss Home to Arrest!

09 November 2018, 03:03 | Regina Holmes

Police at Murugadoss Home to Arrest!

Police at Murugadoss Home to Arrest!

Though the cops denied the news, AR Murugadoss took twitter to reveal the arrest.

"Thalapathy" Vijay's Sarkar directed by A. R. Murugadoss under the Sun Pictures has been a subject of major controversy over the past few days. Claiming that addressing and highlighting social views in a movie are guaranteed under Article 19 (1) (a) of the Constitution, the petitioner said his act by any stretch of imagination would not amount to an offence as alleged by the prosecution.

Madras High Court on Friday restrained Tamil Nadu police from arresting "Sarkar" movie director AR Murugadoss till 27th of November.




He wrote, "Police had come to my house late tonight and banged the door several times". Since I was not there they left the premises. "It was further alleged that the movie also criticised various government welfare policies (freebees) and there by inciting the people of Tamil Nadu to rebel against the government". At some movie halls in Coimbatore and Chennai, banners of the film and that of Vijay were damaged and burnt, allegedly by AIADMK supporters.

Other changes include muting of name Komala, from full name Komalavalli, which party workers thought was a reference to Jayalalithaa's original name. In Madurai, AIADMK MLA and former Mayor VV Rajan Chellappa launched a protest in front of a multiplex, demanding that the film not be screened until controversial scenes are removed from it.

Tamil superstar Rajinikanth has lashed out at the ruling AIADMK for staging protests.



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