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AIADMK minister demands removal of Sarkar controversial scene

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AIADMK minister demands removal of Sarkar controversial scene
08 November, 2018
Ilayathalapathy Vijay's latest release Sarkar has been running to packed theatres in the state since its Diwali release on November 6. As per reports, Sarkar crossed Rs 100 crore mark in just two days after the release of the film. Now the politicians of the ruling party AIADMK have condemned certain scenes in the movie and demanded their removal.

Speaking at a press meet, Tamil Nadu Information and Publicity Minister Kadambur Raju said, "The 'Sarkar' scenes showing people throwing the Tamil Nadu government free appliances into fire should be removed voluntarily from the movie.  While there is no link between the censor board and the state government, we were made aware of the scenes and we will hold discussions with the Chief Minister on the further course of action. We will let the team remove the scenes themselves; if they don’t, we’ll then have to see what needs to be done."

The Minister for Higher Education, KP Anbalagan, in an interview, observed that the public will not heed the scenes in the film that shows people trashing the electronic freebies given by the government. 

"The people will not like it if the film tells them not to accept freebies provided to them. They also won’t heed the scenes that criticise the government.” Anbalagan then added that he was sure of the public’s support for the ruling party" Anbalagan said.
TN Minister CV Shanmugam warned the Sarkar team that they will take action against the movie claiming it attempts to instigate violence in the society.

Directed by AR Muguadoss and Produced by Sun Pictures, Sarkar features Keerthy Suresh, Varalakshmi Sarathkumar and Radha Ravi in the lead roles. 

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